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The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) is set to ban the use of plastic bottled water at its terminals..SFO authorities said that shops and eateries can still provide reusable plastic bottles, but passengers have expressed concern that it may become an issue.The ban is a part of broader SFO China Wholesale plant support netting airport initiative to reduce plastic waste, according to media reports.”Beginning August 20, SFO shops, eateries and airline lounges can no longer provide or sell plastic bottled water,” the airport authorities said via Twitter on Monday.Airport spokesperson Doug Yakel said that the SFO has dozens of places where passengers can get filtered water.PM Modi further reiterated that providing drinking water to all remains a priority.
“Can we free India from single-use plastic? Can we take the first step towards this on October 2? I invite industries and start-ups to help recycle plastic,” he said. The Prime Minister got off his car along with the security personnel and shook hands with the kids who were dressed in white, green and saffron.The most important takeaway for children and teachers at the Red Fort from PM Modi’s speech was the message to conserve water. Besides, a large number of the NCC cadets were also present there.New Delhi: Sporting the theme of unity, diversity, and patriotism while wearing the traditional attire of their respective states and filled with the spirit of celebrating 73rd Independence Day, scores of denizens sported the national colours on Thursday, braving humid weather and mild showers which left the ground soggy and muddy.
This time, he was seen sporting a Rajasthani turban and was dressed in a white kurta-pyjama.After unfurling the national flag, PM Modi delivered his sixth consecutive speech, which lasted for nearly 92 minutes.”This year I am getting several calls from people who want me to come up with some environment-friendly decoration ideas for their homes on Janmashtami. I am trying to do away with those plastic decorations which cannot be reused and adds to the waste.They are adopting great ideas to achieve better waste management and relinquish the use of plastic. After hearing my idea, several people from other societies are now taking forward this initiative.”Another event manager Nalini Sharma who resides in Delhi says that she is getting calls from people demanding eco-friendly decoration items for decorating their homes, office on the auspicious festival.