Italy bans the plastic water bottle along heritage coastline

Telegraph: Instead they will be asked to pay one euro for reusable, metal flasks which can be filled up from newly-installed public water fountains. The quaint Italian villages, terraced vineyards and precipitous cliffs of the Cinque Terre in the country's north-west attract three million visitors a year. However, as well as enjoying the region's wine, food and stunning views, the tourist hordes discard two million plastic bottles, some of which tumble down the cliffs and end up littering ......

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