Title:

Bayern will Imbisse an den Kosten der Entsorgung von Plastik beteiligen

News:

In Deutschland landen jährlich laut Umweltbundesamt etwa 2,8 Milliarden Einwegbecher im Müll, das macht 34 pro Kopf. Die bayerische Landesregierung will das nun ändern. (...)


Source: welt.de

Date: 2019-11-08

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