Massachusetts town puts cap on plastic bottles

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Anyone found selling small water bottles in Concord could be fined up to $50

A town in the United States has become the first in the country to ban the sale of small water bottles in a bid to cut out tonnes of plastic waste. As of January 1, it is now illegal for anyone in the...

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