Balloons banned from flying in Cefalù sky: pollution issue

The mayor of Cefalù, Daniele Tumminello, has signed an ordinance prohibiting the release of balloons filled with lighter-than-air gas to combat plastic pollution. The city has joined the growing list of municipalities across Italy that have banned the use of flying balloons. The impact of these balloons on the environment is particularly negative as they often end up in the sea or nature, posing a threat to animals and fish. The ordinance aims to prevent the potentially harmful use of balloons and promote a more responsible relationship between humans and the environment. The municipality of Cefalù is at the forefront of the fight against microplastics and is committed to promoting environmental awareness and protection.

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