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OPPORTUNITIES TO. REGULATING SINGLE-USE PLASTICS IN THE PHILIPPINES. MOVE FORWARD. A. gainst the backdrop of a Global plastic concerning plastics and in fact support the idea pollution crisis, a growing number of of regulating SUPs strongly suggests a window of cities and municipalities in the Philippines opportunity to pass key legislation on plastics. This have passed ordinances that ban shopping policy brief provides three policy recommendations bags and other single-use plastics (SUPs). to enable legislators and decision-makers to move These initiatives remain woefully inadequate, however, the country away from its dependence on SUPs. in solving the problem of plastic waste. The country First, it advocates for a national law prohibiting lacks a national plastics policy that will harmonize the production, sale, distribution, and use of SUPs. initiatives and steer it towards a more sustainable, Second, it demands the phaseout of sachets to be circular economy.

laundry detergents Personal care products like shampoo and conditioner. Household cleaning products like dishwashing liquid, liquid detergent, fabric conditioner Powdered drinks like co˜ee and juices 68% Food condiments such as oil, soy sauce, vinegar, etc. 27% Figure 2. Percentage of Filipinos Willing to Buy Reusable or Refillable Container

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