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he hearing into the fire that killed 72 people was told that Whirlpool Corporation, the owner of Hotpoint, said that the blaze may not have started electrically but could have been caused “by someone throwing something, perhaps a burning cigarette, into t
Of course, it’s not all the smokers’ faults. According to a BMJ article by scholars Elizabeth Smith and Patricia McDaniel, the tobacco industry has been aware of the issue for years. Manufacturers, concerned that the litter problem might lead to greater r
a guy in a Chevy Tahoe in front of us tossed a lit cigarette out the w A: Some people are that stupid. But what you did was the right thing. Let officials know what you witnessed. Hopefully, he’ll get the message. Keep your stinkin’ butts in your ashtray.
“As a society, we’ve become blind to a lot of the litter and plastic that we produce, in particular cigarette butts,” he told The Washington Post. “Many people that I’ve spoken to, smokers and nonsmokers, have no idea that there’s plastic in cigarette but
The environment committee calls for a 50% reduction of filter waste containing plastic in 2025 and an 80% reduction in 2030. Moreover, the committee is requesting that the tobacco industry cover the costs of collecting, transporting and treating these cig
out of over 18,000 fire incidents in Bangladesh last year, 2,453 were caused by burning cigarettes. It means fire from thrown out cigarette butts accounts for 13.55 percent of the total fire incidents, making it the third largest cause of fire, according
Health officials say smoking not only kills about 7 million people every year, but has a devastating impact on the environment _ contributing to deforestation, water and soil depletion and acidification.
eiters are using ultraviolet watermarks which makes it difficult to differentiate counterfeit joint New York City/New York State tax stamps from their genuine equivalent when UV irradiation is used as the sole screening tool. Innovations in counterfeiting
is not only meant to reduce waste but also protect visitors’ health, a senior government official said. … Burutphat confirmed that the smoking ban at the public beaches will certainly deter the littering of wasteful cigarette butts and keep beachgoers f
A study for environment charity Keep Britain Tidy found 52% of daily smokers polled said they did not see a problem with getting rid of their cigarette butts in this way. Meanwhile, only 53% of those surveyed said they realised ends would finish up in t