Working from Home (WFH) during the COVID-19 pandemic has led to an increasing number of food delivery service orders. It has resulted in a growing number of plastic wastes, especially the single-use plastics such as plastic boxes for ready-to-eat meals, plastic spoons and forks, plastic cups, drinking straws, etc.Thus, in order to reduce plastic waste, the BMA requests for public cooperation in changing consumption behavior and refraining from using single-use plastic and foam containers. It is recommended to choose containers or packaging made from natural materials and to separate wastes because some materials can be reused or recycled. Organizationally, the BMA has mounted a campaign to encourage its personnel and shops at the organization to reduce the use of plastic containers and promote the use of personal dishes, bowls, and glasses. The BMA affiliated hospitals stop providing patients withplastic bags for take-home medication.Moreover, the BMA has declared its intent to be “a leading organization in environment conservation, committed to reduce the use of plastic and foam by making all agencies under the BMA the plastic and foam free zones” since January 1, 2021 in order to reduce, refrain from, and stop the use of single-use plastic bags. 🔰Follow the latest news and features from the BMA at Twitter: Instagram: YouTube: TikTok: Website: www.prbangkok.comดูคำแปล


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