Plastic and pollution: How much do you know?

This Environment Day, test your own knowledge! This quiz is for you if you want to be aware of how much you know about plastics.

World Environment Day is here, with the theme Beat Plastic Pollution for 2018.

Why do we need to beat plastic pollution? What is plastic pollution? Why is it harmful? What do you know about plastic?

Test your knowledge by answering this quiz!

You have to say either Yes, or No. You’ll score 1 mark for each right answer.

16-20 – Excellent

10-16 – Average

5-10 – Poor

<5 – Fail


  1. Sakthi rekha says:

    Excellent way of educating people about plastics through this interesting quiz! Keep rocking citizenmatters!

  2. Geetu says:

    I am going to do awareness program on waste management
    Hope one day we will achieve zero waste

  3. Mou_Lee says:

    A smart way to educate readers.. Kudos Laasiya.. Great job.. ?

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