Residents in Dubai have welcomed the government’s decision to impose a 25 fils fee on single-use carry bags. The move comes after the city banned the use of plastic bags last month. The fee applies to all shops in the city that provide goods and services to carry them. A complete ban on the use of plastic bags is expected to take place in two years.
On June 1, the Abu Dhabi government implemented a ban on the use of 16 single-use plastic products, including utensils and lids. The move is part of the government’s efforts to reduce the use of plastic products.
Today, residents were seen carrying their own bags and buying reusable ones at retail outlets. They also praised the government’s decision to reduce the use of plastic bags. They believe that the move toward a more sustainable lifestyle is a step in the right direction.
In line with the government’s efforts to reduce the use of plastic bags, the Dubai-based retailer, Lulu Group, has launched a campaign to encourage the use of sustainable and re-useable bags. Through its social media and in-store communication, the company has been able to reach out to its customers and raise awareness about the issue.
In line with the government’s efforts to reduce the use of plastic bags, a number of retailers in the city have started offering multiple types of reusable shopping bags. The products are made from recycled materials.
Suhail Al Bastaki, the marketing and happiness director of Union Coop, said that the company is proud to support the government’s efforts to reduce the use of plastic bags. He noted that the implementation of the ban will have positive effects on the environment, as it will encourage people to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. He also said that the cooperative will provide various options to its customers, such as the use of eco-friendly cloth bags at a competitive price. Most of these bags are made from recycled materials and can be washed and reused multiple times.