There are calls for a ban on disposable vapes due to worries about the effect they're having on the environment.
The vapes are made with plastic and their batteries contain lithium, which is a metal in short supply.
Vapes, or e-cigarettes, are viewed by some as a way of helping people give up smoking tobacco.
But recently single-use vapes have rocketed in popularity, leading to calls for them to be banned.
Libby Peake, head of resource policy at Green Alliance said: "It's quite simple. The government should ban them. There's absolutely no reason not to.