Penang Chief Minister Chow Kon Yeow has trained the Penang Green Council (PGC) to examine the supportability of the plastic business.
He said there should be a reexamine of the utilization of plastics and the plastics business rather than a sweeping boycott.
“The use of plastic is fundamental, we can’t manage without it, we need to concede that these are vital items for the cutting edge world,” he said during a public interview here today subsequent to administering the In.Tech Conference 2019 titled “Supportability within the Plastics Industry”.
Chow said it was not tied in with prohibiting the utilization of plastics yet increasingly about discovering maintainable use to have a genuine effect.
“While Penang is at the cutting edge in thinking of different activities against single use plastics yet it appears to be just two percent of the contaminations in the sea are from these while there are different territories that merit consideration,” he said.
What could be investigated included refining procedures engaged with the plastic business that can decrease the effect on the earth, he included.
Chow said the state government and the plastic business should reexamine the manageability of plastic utilization.
The gathering, themed “Going beyond Reduce”, uncovered that the transition to decrease the utilization of plastics is just a brief answer for a more noteworthy issue.
The gathering additionally took a gander at practical arrangements that can be received by the plastic business to diminish sway on the earth.