CMA CGM to stop sailing plastic waste

French container line CMA CGM will work to prevent plastic waste from being sent to destinations where it cannot be guaranteed that the waste is sorted or recycled properly.

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The world’s third-largest container carrier, CMA CGM, will no longer transport plastic waste on its vessels as of June 1 this year.

More specifically, the French shipping line is going to work to prevent plastic waste ”from being exported to destinations where sorting, recycling or recovery cannot be assured,” the company writes in a statement.

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