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World Bank said Thailand is in a significant plastic waste crisis


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2 minutes ago, mikebell said:

It is employing packs of wild dogs to strew the plastic over a wider area.

Yup, what he said, see my post above....

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2 minutes ago, ThailandRyan said:

Yup, what he said, see my post above....

I thought I was the anti-dog commentator on here.  I was supporting your post but in a pithier way.

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30 minutes ago, vinci said:

why would a world bank care about how much plastic trash there is in Thailand, their purpose is to rob countries not cleaning trash

Trash heaps and trash filled streets and beaches keep tourists away as well as domestic tourism, well many at least, and so the WB would downgrade the view on growth in a monetary way based upon certain conditions.

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4 hours ago, ThailandRyan said:

Thailand-The hub of plastic waste and lack of trash bins.

I think that Vietnam already has that title.

There was a recent article in Asean Now on the problem. (30th May)

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4 hours ago, RichardColeman said:

Don't know about Thailand, but in the UK many trash bins were removed due to religion of peace terrorism issues ! 

That's ok because now you can insert the waste into the slot on the black mailboxes.

 

 

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Kudos to Singha Beer in small aluminum cans.  The six pack uses a reinforced cardboard—to replace those plastic rings.

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Was the female teacher who leave her room last day, moved to this beach ? 🤔

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