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Single-use plastic carrier bags use down 20 percent since 10p charge
by Ella Hambly, BBC News Climate and Science
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3 August 2022
On 3 August 2022 BBC News reported:
Single-use plastic bag use in England has fallen by 20 percent after a 10p charge was brought in last year, the government has said. The average person now buys around three single-use carrier bags a year, down from 140 in 2014, government figures say.
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