Zimbabwe’s kaylite ban exposes some major challenges and weaknesses in Zimbabwe’s environmental management policy. THE Environmental Management Agency (EMA) says it has so far confiscated 58,5 million products made of Expanded Polystyrene Foam (EPS),commonly known as kaylite, worth an estimated $2,8 million, as it moves to implement a government directive banning the product. Spokesperson Steady Kangata told The Source that the organisation was conducting site inspections and confiscating kaylite in a country-wide exercise. “To date, we have issued over 264 environmental orders. In terms of the kaylites confisticates in-situ, the figure presently stands at 58 538 908” he said. In July, government began implementing Statutory Instrument 84 of 2012 which bans the use of kaylites in the…