As harsh and as unfriendly as this policy maybe, it will go a long way to cut down solid waste generation to its barest minimum.
Plastic waste makes up 75% of urban waste; from our homes to our churches and to supermarkets to industrial estates. Its your food containers, your bags, your kitchen utensils, your car parts and etc
Plastics are non biodegradables. This means they do not break down or decompose. So they constitute environmental nuisance wherever they are disposed thereby occupying every given space over a very long time until they are moved to another location or probably recycled where such is permitted
Congratulation to Kenya again