How bin lorry cameras are on hunt for thousands of homeowners who break rubbish rules - plastic film packaging
Cameras installed on bins trucks are looking for thousands of homeowners who violate garbage rules.
Now hundreds of families are forced to pay more because they often process diapers and other black box garbage in the recycle bin.
Panda announced this week a recycling tax on 250,000 of its customers.
Subsequently, the City Bin company, which will charge 22 euros for apartments, quickly announced the news. 80 annual fee.
Panda is using high now-
The speed camera monitors whether the home is using a green trash can to process waste that should charge a higher fee.
The general manager of the company's Crinion recycling division said that nearly 12,000 customers in northern Dublin are being monitored to ensure that they do not pollute the recycling bins, which makes it difficult for waste to be recycled.
About 645 people were forced to pay 9 euros.
There are 35 elevators each, and a fine of 115 is repeated.
"In some areas, we have as many as 40 PCs in our trash cans contaminated," he said . ".
"The camera is connected to the GPS and the microchips in the bin, so when we see the contamination on the camera, we can go home.
Most of the time, they won't do it again, but there are some serial offenders.
"The company started charging 80 cents for each recycle bin elevator and 4 cents.
5 cents per kilogram of waste, but 9 euros higher said.
A fee of £ 35 will continue to be charged to the offender.
Other operators, including Thornton, Greyhound and AES, can charge for pollution, and industry insiders say they may charge for pollution as companies seek new markets to dispose of waste.
This is because China has largely closed the door to imported waste and imposed strict new rules on allowed pollution.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) highlighted the issue.
While Irish households have met or are achieving the goal of recycling and waste reduction, the new EU targets will be even more onerous from 2020.
At present, half of the urban garbage generated must be recycled, but this ratio will rise to 65 pc by 2030.
The threshold for packaged waste will rise from 55 pc to 75 pc, which means an increase of 70,000 tons per year, whereas by 2030 only 10 pc waste can be landfill, compared to 35 pc-today-
From 390,000 tons to more than 120,000 tons.
It is clear that we are faced with enormous challenges that require education.
People are still not sure what items can be placed in the bin, and more waste companies may take tougher measures unless the problem is resolved.
We also have to increase the number of facilities to deal with waste here to make it a raw material for a glass factory or paper mill and therefore a valuable commodity.
Panda plans to develop a factory of 10 m euros where it will clean and crush plastic films and create a product that can be reused.
With regard to food waste, the EPA said that we usually throw away half of the salad and 20 PCs of bread at a cost of between 400 and 1,000 euros per household per year.
But it also points out that buying pre-packaged foods.
But a more fundamental change is needed.
While the government has proposed a Ratai tax on disposable beverage cups that cannot be recycled, many believe it is not enough.
We need to ban singles.
Use plastics such as tableware and straws when developing reusable alternatives.
Why is the meat wrapped in so much plastic packaging, why is the fruit sealed in plastic, if only bananas or oranges are natural
Protect the skin. . .
We also have to figure out how online retailers can fund the costs of handling packaging, reducing use and recycling as much as possible, only landfill or incineration of waste as a last resort.
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