What plastic ban o you see any plastic being banned , see only chaos and confusion and corruption. ,t s once again a much-needed change, poorly executed. Take a walk on hivami Market on a busy bustling morning, and look at each and every vendor giving away his merchandise in all varieties of plastic bags. mall time tea vendors have switched to paper cups, which is indeed a relief ut , don t know how long that will last. What stands out significantly is the non-clarity of the ban, its scope and exemptions. This ban has to happen, but should be structured to ensure public adherence. an all single use plastic bags. et up a reliable recycling and reusing facility. ollection of empties for recycling, incentivi ing people to return plastic water bottles, soft drink bottles, will encourage the public to become aware. All catering companies, hotels and restaurants, doctor s clinics and salons, use ml plastic bottles for water. Why not switch to regular water in glasses Make sure adequate supplies of suitable paper products at suitable pricing are available, price being the sensitive point here. All will be possible with clear communication, not by charging fines, which will encourage corruption. While enforcing the ban, we must ensure that our natural resources are not being depleted. lastic is not all evil single use plastics needs to stop.