How do you cut down on single-use plastics?

James Marshall
June 12, 2019

Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau is out to save the world, and part of that mission includes the elimination of ALL single-use plastics.

It's hard to be upset about a move that's meant to help the environment, but as with most political announcements, it came with its fair share of debate.

Do you think the urban cities in North America should completely ban single-use plastics?

At any rate, single-use plastics will destroy humanity if they're not banned immediately in Canada (and California probably).

It didn't take long for the video to start making the rounds on social media and be shared widely by those who don't support the current prime minister.

But at least he was clear that he was moving away from plastic and towards paper... water bottles?

However an access information request might prove otherwise.

To put the expenditure into perspective, a 24-pack of Nestle water bottles costs $4.47. In total, a $300 purchase in Nestle Water bottles would be a total of 1,608 water bottles.

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