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New Hampshire House Passes Two Single-use Plastics Bills

January 16, 2020

Via: Waste360

The New Hampshire House on January 9 passed two bills that aim to regulate single-use plastics. House Bill 559 would require New Hampshire stores to charge between 10 cents and 50 cents for plastic bags provided to shoppers and carry plastic bags with a minimum thickness of 4 one-thousandths of an inch, and House Bill 102 would allow New Hampshire stores to cap the limit of the plastic bag charge at 50 cents, according to a report by Valley News.

The two bills will now move on to the Senate to be voted on.

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