Various foreign "garbage regulations"
garbage is produced with human life and production. It has been estimated that at present, more than 10 billion tons of garbage are produced in the world every year, with an average of two tons per person. The increasing amount of garbage and its threat to the ecological environment have brought great trouble and anxiety to mankind, and have also attracted widespread attention. For this reason, many countries have formulated "garbage regulations" to curb it
prohibition of use since July 1989, nearly half of the states in the United States have implemented a "Prohibition of use" of plastic bags, banning all plastic food packaging bags that cannot be decomposed and reduced from the market. German government legislation stipulates that since January 1993, sellers must recycle all used packaging and container products free of charge, otherwise they will be punished for violating the "law on evading waste packaging materials". The decree also stipulates that sellers should not discard recyclables and should make full use of recycled resources for reproduction. Maharashtra in western India has begun to ban plastic bags with a thickness of less than 20 microns and control the raw materials used to produce such plastic bags
tax law Italy implements the "plastic bag tax law". According to this law, every plastic bag produced is subject to 8 US cents tax, and every 50 lira plastic bag sold by the store is subject to 100 lira tax. German law stipulates that a tax of 30 Finnish will be levied on each container that cannot be recycled. Florida levies 10 cents per ton on paper that cannot be recycled. European Community countries impose environmental taxes on plastics, rust inhibitors and other polluting goods
charging method in Japan, part of the commercial waste produced by small stores is collected by the cleaning department without hindering the treatment of domestic waste, and the store must pay a handling fee by weight; Generally, there is no charge for household garbage, but if each household empties garbage more than 10 kg at a time or more than 200 kg in a period of time, a certain fee must be paid. In Seattle, the law stipulates that the cost of transporting four barrels of garbage per household per month is $13.75, and an additional $9 will be charged for each additional barrel of garbage. It is said that after the implementation of this regulation, the amount of garbage in Seattle has been reduced by 25%
fine law the "trump card" of many countries in the world to maintain a clean environment is heavy fines. In Singapore, spitters will be fined $600 and up to $1200 for the second time; Even those who do not talk about the real reason why they can always maintain a faster and better development trend are exposed on TV. French laws on waste disposal: "A fine of 250 to 600 francs shall be imposed on a person who abandons or throws any type of waste, waste and other garbage into a public place or a private place that is not his own and has no beneficial right or lease; a fine of 2500 to 5000 francs shall be imposed on a person who discards used cars or garbage that can only be removed by vehicles, or 10 to 30 days' imprisonment; dumping waste into rivers, canals and streams, poisoning fish, affecting the survival of fish, and destroying fish Those with nutritional and edible value shall be fined 2000 to 12000 francs or sentenced to two months to one year's imprisonment. " The legislation of Maharashtra state in India stipulates that from November 1998, a person who litters and uses plastic bags with disorderly hair can be sentenced to up to five years' imprisonment and a fine of up to 100000 rupees
reward method many supermarkets in Sweden are equipped with automatic recycling machines for cans and glass bottles. Customers put cans and glass bottles into them after drinking drinks, and the machine will spit out a receipt. Customers can receive a small fee with the receipt that operators should wear insulating gloves. In Berkeley, the relevant government departments implement the "garbage recycling Award" for citizens who comply with garbage laws and regulations. The government official in charge of the award selects a household randomly in the city every week and carefully checks its garbage can. If no recyclable garbage is found, the local government will give the household 250 dollars, and all walks of life have become increasingly concerned about green environmental issues. In this way, 2. For a small experimental fixture, the city residents always pick and pick before dumping garbage, and will never dump recyclable garbage into the garbage can, so as not to miss the opportunity to win the prize