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Survey on plastic bag

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Survey on plastic bag

  1. 1. Presentation on survey of plastic bags GROUP MEMBERS  ABHIJIT ROY  ANUSHREE HALDER  ATRI ROY  MUGDHA CHAKRABORTY  NEHA SINGH  NILESH SAHA  PRATIK SINGH  RAKESH JAISWAL
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Consumers start using plastic bags worldwide since 1960s.  They are thin, flexible and easy to use.  Used forTransporting, Carriage, Packaging.  Most plastic bags contains polyethylene.  These bags can be used one time, multiple times depending upon the usage.  The Environmental Pollution depends upon the usage of Plastic bags.
  3. 3. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY  To spread the awareness of not using plastic bags.  Harmful effects of plastic bags.  To stop the overuse and over-packaging of plastic bags in supermarket by education, publicity and better staff training.  To urge the government to implement polluter pays principle by introducing plastic bags chargeable.  Take action to change the attitude and habit of the public.  To educate the general public reduce overuse of natural resources and change their wasteful habit into a habit of bringing their own bags when shopping.
  4. 4. DATA COLLECTION AND SAMPLING  Data Collection- Data have been collected with the help of questionnaire survey from different areas  Questionnaire Survey- It has been done consumer as well as retailers point of view.There are 20 set of questions for consumers and 10 set of questions for retailers.  Sampling- The method is adopted to collect the samples has large implications to understand the usage of plastic bags for both consumers and retailers.
  5. 5. The data sampling has been done on the basis of – For Retailers • Roadside • Market • Mall For consumers • Households • Offices • Schools For Retailers • Kirana • Departmental • Brand-outlets For consumers • Members in the family • Size of income AREA SIZE
  6. 6. DATA REPRESENTATION
  7. 7. QUESTIONNAIRE ON CONSUMERS  DATA COLLECTED FROM CONSUMERS
  8. 8. 6% 57% 26% 11% Uses of plastic bag according toAge age below 20 age 20-35 age 35-50 age 50 avobe
  9. 9. Uses of plastic bag according to occupation 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 student service business other Useofplasticbag occupation
  10. 10. Uses of plastic bag according to Income 0 20 40 60 nill less 15000 15000 to 40000 avobe 40000 42.86 20 25.71 11.43 Series 1 Series 1
  11. 11. RETAILERS QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY DATA COLLECTED FROM RETAILERS
  12. 12. 36% 55% 9% Retailers Usage Of Plastic Bags AccordingToType Of Shop kirana departmental brand outlets
  13. 13. CONCLUSION  Generally Government hope that banning plastic bags will encourage customers to use cloth bags. But unless it is implemented, will lead to economic and environment harm.  There are no environmental benefits for plastic bags even though it requires less energy to produce and recycle.  Plastic bags are useful but harm the environment. So the use of plastic bags should be limited.
  14. 14. POLICY RECOMMENDATION  According to us, Government should take steps for understanding the seriousness of wastage of plastic bags.  Take actions to change the attitude and habit of the public.  To educate the public for recycling and re-using plastic bags.  To promote public environmental awareness through application of recycling.  To promote usage of fabric and paper bags instead of plastic bags.  To study the policy from other countries and push the govt to make changes for welfare of society.  Encourage households, shopkeepers to separate the leftover plastics from other solid waste.
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