14. February 2020,

Zero Plastic Waste City Project in India and Viet Nam

Zero Plastic Waste City Project in India and Viet Nam

Grameen Creative Lab and the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) will jointly implement the project “Zero Plastic Waste City” in India and Viet Nam. The aim is to increase the collection, recycling and circularity of plastic waste. The pilot cities will be announced in early 2020. An extension of the project to other cities is also being investigated.

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