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New Delhi: Worried over the ban on plastic bags in the Capital, traders are now looking for options. In an interactive session between the traders and the government on Thursday, the former raised their doubts and discussed ways to make Delhiites aware about the ban. Some RWAs also attended the session.

New Delhi, Jan. 4: Packaged drinking water and mineral water plants in the country use up to 7.03 million cubic metres of water per annum with Andhra Pradesh leading the tally having the maximum number of licences to manufacture packaged drinking water.

Fearing heavy loss after the notice from the Commissioner of Taxes regarding imposition of the sales tax on the packaged drinking water units across the State, the units are now planning a complete shut down or shifting the business to the other NE States.

Vadodara: The next time you buy a bottle of packaged water or even a water pouch at the station, be sure that even the state Government is unaware of the existence of the manufacturing company or of its quality assurance. An RTI application filed by a city based environmental activist has left the ministry scurrying for answers.

A study by Mckensey estimates that 30-40 per cent of agricultural produce in India goes waste, which amounts to a whopping Rs. 12,000 crore annually. One only has to look at the way the entire supply chain of food production and its distribution is handled. OUR POLYMERS BUREAU

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The post harvest wastage in India for instance, is estimated to be as high as 26 per cent. This figure is just two per cent in the developed countries OUR POLYMERS BUREAU