IGI Airport To Become The First Plastic-Free Airport In India Soon

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IGI Airport is all set to absolutely ditch the usage of single-use plastics in the next 5 months and become the country’s first plastic-free airport.

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India had vouched to eliminate all single-use plastics by the year 2022, and Delhi Airport is already prepping up for it. This initiative will be gradually replicated in other airports of the country as well.

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Currently, airport authorities have stopped allowing plastics for bottles, containers, cups, food packagings and more. Outlets in all the terminals of Delhi Airport have already replaced plastic bags with paper and other biodegradable stuffs.

For shopping and food takeaways, the IGI officials are going to ensure the usage of eco-friendly bags and packages.

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From setting up cafeterias by reusing squanders to putting a total ban on the usage of plastics, IGIA is geared in full swing to pave the way for a cleaner and better Delhi.

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