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Get the Facts | January 22, 2020

As of January 1, 2020, the local manufacture, distribution and use of expanded polystyrene foam products (Styrofoam) in the food and beverage industry have been banned. This is being done as part of the Government’s thrust to place greater focus on pollution control. Learn more on today’s edition of Get the facts. 

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