Plastic bottles, bags, wrapping and packaging wash up daily on our beaches. Over time, these plastics disintegrate and can enter our ecosystem. Photo: Shutterstock
Plastic bottles, bags, wrapping and packaging wash up daily on our beaches. Over time, these plastics disintegrate and can enter our ecosystem. Photo: Shutterstock
Edwin Lau
Opinion

Opinion

Edwin Lau

There’s a way to end plastic pollution. Does the Hong Kong government have the will though?

  • Around the world, countries’ bans on microbeads have triggered companies to remove polluting particles from products. Hong Kong must deploy effective measures against microplastics, given the potential threat they pose to public health

Plastic bottles, bags, wrapping and packaging wash up daily on our beaches. Over time, these plastics disintegrate and can enter our ecosystem. Photo: Shutterstock
Plastic bottles, bags, wrapping and packaging wash up daily on our beaches. Over time, these plastics disintegrate and can enter our ecosystem. Photo: Shutterstock
READ FULL ARTICLE