Across Canada, the discussion around single-use plastics continues to evolve. Over the course of 2021, the federal government, along with a number of provincial, territorial and municipal governments, have introduced bans to certain single-use plastic products with the aim of reducing plastic pollution. These bans raise a number of considerations for businesses currently producing, selling or using single-use plastics in their operations.
This is the fourth bulletin in our “Plan for the Ban” series regarding prohibitions and increased regulation of single-use plastics. This bulletin provides an updated summary of the current state of single-use plastics legislation across Canada and the changes and trends businesses can expect to see over the next few years.
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