UN legal research on plastics: plastic bags, single use plastics. Country Report: Ireland.
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UN Environment is seeking to create three targeted reports to provide a global overview of the progress of countries in passing laws and regulations that limit the manufacture, import, sale, use and disposal of selected plastic products which end up as marine litter. This report is in relation to Ireland. The report will focus on national laws that address production, retail, consumer use and post use or disposal of a variety of items focusing on single-use plastic bags and other single use items, microbeads and other micro-plastics in personal care, cosmetics and home products The report examines these categories: Plastic bags sold at point of sale to consumers; Micro-plastics in personal care and cosmetics and home products including microbeads and cotton swabs Single-use plastic items, including bottles, disposable tableware, plastic stirrers, straws, utensils, and cups
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