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Discarded Plastic And Uneaten Food: The Shameful Story Of Waste On Planes

2 monthes ago   |   By Huffington Post

Boarding a plane, you settle into a seat, perhaps pulling a blanket and pillow from plastic wrapping to get more comfortable. You take the flimsy plastic headphones offered by the flight attendant, accept some juice in a plastic bottle, with a plastic glass and stirrer, and settle in to pick at the in-flight meal, arranged in an assortment of plastic containers, using the plastic cutlery you've unwrapped from its plastic packet. It's a familiar scene for those who fly, especially on long-haul flights, and it's a big environmental problem. “The sheer amount of waste that comes from inside...
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