169 million plastic baggage unused at 7-eleven stores in two months

More than 169 million plastic baggage have been left unused at Thailand’s 7-eleven stores prior to now two months – more than 33 million baht worth alone but in addition a huge amount of single-use plastic not making its method into the environment.
CP All Public Company, the only operator of 7-Eleven convenience shops in Thailand, announced its intention to cut back and, ultimately, to get rid of using single-use plastic bags in any respect their stores throughout the country final year.
Read more about that program HERE.
169,054,724 plastic luggage have been rejected or unused between December 7 to Febuary 7. The savings, some 33,810,945 baht, will now be donated to Siriraj Hospital.
Top secret marketing campaign has been supported by Artiwara “Toon” Kongmalai, the lead singer of ‘Bodyslam’ and the marathon runner who ran from Thailand’s south to north in a large fund-raiser final year.
Say ‘no’ (politely) to plastic luggage or take your own re-useable bag when next using a comfort store..

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