Hard-fought plastics bans roll out across Charleston area


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[image-1] The coronavirus pandemic has been most people's focus for the past few months, but with businesses closing an reopening, and many of us relying on takeout meals, single-use containers have started reappearing in some places. Charleston government bans on many single-use plastics went into effect early this year. Staying green may seem like an […]

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