Environment and Mahaweli Development Minister Ajith Manapperuma said companies set up to recycle plastics in Sri Lanka now face scarcity in order to operate their factories to capability.
Manapperuma said at a forum in Colombo: “Plastic recycling businesses face a shortage. Manapperuma said that better collection techniques required to be set up. “I sometimes see bottles on the roadside but recyclers do not have enough.”
He wavy the sleeping bag which, in a conference of division secretaries around the nation, he said was made of stuff made by one plastic recycling business.
In Gampaha District, which was represented by him, collection centers with so-called’ financial development officials’ have been set up paying cash for water materials. “This business has also not sufficient waste plastics.”
In specific, PET bottles are highly sought after by recyclers.
In order to support environmentally friendly operations, Sri Lanka’s Finance Ministry establishes green clubs at division level across the nation.