He said that a primary level meeting had already been held here to decide on how to go about implementing this new proposal.
"We have succeeded up to 60 per cent in imposing plastic ban across the state. Now we want to make it more stringent by cancelling the license of shops if they are found in possession of banned plastic material," Kadam said Tuesday.
He said that visible littering of plastic bags had come down since the ban, adding that 290 tonnes of banned plastic had been seized and fines of Rs 2.53 crore collected in this period.
Kadam said that 12 regional offices of the government had carried out raids to ensure effective implementation of the plastic ban.
"We wanted it to succeed and it has made a good impact," Thackeray said on the plastic ban.
On March 23, the state government imposed a ban on manufacturing, use, sale, distribution and storage of plastic materials such as one-time-use bags, spoons, plates, PET and PETE bottles and thermocol items.
The ban came into place on June 24 this year.
Thackeray also spoke about project-affected persons residing in the city's Mahul area which is also home to several refineries.
He said that these persons are suffering from pollution-related issues and a "mid way" solution needed to be found.
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