single use plastic ban

Thank You Queensland!

Thanks for supporting the thousands of Queensland businesses who have already made changes to reduce single-use plastic in our state.

From businesses in Queensland are no longer able to supply:

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Single-use plastic straws & stirrers

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Single-use plastic cutlery

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Single-use plastic bowls & plates

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Expanded polystyrene takeaway food containers & cups

* some exemptions apply
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Report a Banned Item

Now that the ban is in effect, any person can report a suspected breach of the law.

First, please check which items are banned, and offences under the law here.

To make a report, please call 1800 844 946 or fill in the form below.

The National Retail Association team has visited 300+ retail precincts statewide.

Check out what other retailers did to prepare for the ban.

Thank you Lara & @brinxdeli for using paper straws and cardboard takeaway boxes! They are prepared for the Queensland single-use plastic items ban which starts on the 1st of September.

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Full of colour and free of plastic, Las Catrinas is ready for the ban.

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Rogue Spice is prepped and ready for the ban with bagasse takeaway trays. Thanks Sidney for showing us around!

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@karinderia_filipinostreetfood have done a fantastic job setting up their plastic-free stall and are ready for the ban!

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Thank Maxine for showing off your 100% plastic free wares. @redgateburger are ready for the ban!

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Luke's cafe is ban-ready right down to their cardboard carry trays

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Wonderful to hear that all of the bars at @eatstreet no longer offer disposable straws of any kind to protect the Northshore waterways.

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Oz from @ispakebabs is prepared for the Queensland single-use plastic ban by changing to bagasse and cardboard containers! Visit them in Calamvale Central today for a delicious kebab!

The Queensland Single-use plastic items ban commences on the 1st of September 2021. Please vsit our website for more information.

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Preet from @aarthcafe is prepared for the Queensland single-use plastic ban by changing to bagasse containers, wooden cutlery and paper straws! Visit them in Taigum Village today for a delicious meal and coffee.

The Queensland Single-use plastic items ban commences on the 1st of September 2021. Please vsit our website for more information.

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Deanne from @camposcoffee is prepared for the Queensland single-use plastic ban by changing to wooden cutlery! Visit them in Gasworks, Newstead today for a delicious meal and coffee.

The Queensland Single-use plastic items ban commences on the 1st of September 2021. Please vsit our website for more information.

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Aniva from @kivahanexperience is prepared for the Queensland Single-use plastic ban by implementing wooden cutlery and paper straws! Visit them in Gasworks, Newstead today for a delicious meal and coffee.

The Queensland Single-use plastic items ban commences on the 1st of September 2021. Please vsit our website for more information.

#queenslandplasticsban