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ontario considers single-use plastics ban ontario considers single-use plastics ban ontario considers single-use plastics ban - plastic film packaging

by:Cailong     2019-07-09
ontario considers single-use plastics ban ontario considers single-use plastics ban ontario considers single-use plastics ban  -  plastic film packaging
TORONTO —
Ontario is considering banning singles
Use plastics as part of a broader strategy to reduce landfill.
Nearly one ton of waste per person per year in Ontario, the rate at which waste is transferred from landfill sites
For example, by recycling and composting
It has been stagnant for the past 15 years or so.
The government recently released a discussion paper on waste and waste reduction and asked the public and stakeholders to provide input on how best to address the issue.
One of the questions it raises is: banning singles
The use of plastic can effectively reduce the waste of plastic.
Environment Minister Rod Phillips says this is a very open area for the government.
"We're basically saying, 'How are these jobs going to work and how do they work effectively in other jurisdictions? '?
Phillips said in an interview.
"From the perspective of our government, plastics are a priority, especially when we talk about plastics in waterways.
"It is estimated that nearly 10,000 tons of plastic debris enter the Great Lakes every year . "
Ontario's blue box recycling program recycles only about all plastic packages in the province.
Ontario is also considering a deposit return system for plastic bottles and other containers, just like some other provinces.
Keith Brooks, director of environmental protection programs, says many singles
Pointing to straws and cutlery, it is not necessary to use plastic.
"I think the ban on some singles
"It makes sense to use plastic," he said . ".
"I think it's a good conversation.
Brooks warned: "But by asking such a wide range of questions, the answer may be no, and he believes that there is no jurisdiction to ban all single people --use plastics.
"There are some singles --
Use plastic that may continue to be used. . .
"For food safety reasons and for similar reasons, he will push for food to be standardized and recyclable," he said . ".
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association did not respond to requests for comment.
Many of the ideas in the discussion paper are similar or identical to those proposed by the former Liberal government in the waste transfer program, for example, prohibiting landfill sites from producing food waste and holding producers accountable for the waste, rather than being responsible to the municipalities.
"We are looking for experience in other jurisdictions, including BC, but in addition to Canada, Phillips said:" In this case, producers of waste need to be aware of the fact that, that is, they will be responsible for the waste throughout its life cycle. ".
"We believe that this makes them more responsible for the nature of the packaging.
According to the discussion paper, "the transformation of the blue box recycling plan into a comprehensive Producer Responsibility is expected to save the municipality $0. 125 billion per year.
As different cities receive different materials, the province is also considering coordinating what is accepted in the blue box.
Ontario may also allow the collection of more items through the blue box project, including small and large appliances, power tools, rechargeable batteries, fluorescent bulbs and clothing.
Comments were not accepted until April 20.
The National Democratic Party said on Sunday it would propose a bill to ban singles this week.
Use, throw away the plastic.
"Our landfill sites are piled high and plastic waste takes generations to degrade, our lakes and rivers --
Waters around the world
Contaminated with straws, bags and wrapping paper, "said party environmental critic Ian Arthur. TORONTO —
Ontario is considering banning singles
Use plastics as part of a broader strategy to reduce landfill.
Nearly one ton of waste per person per year in Ontario, the rate at which waste is transferred from landfill sites
For example, by recycling and composting
It has been stagnant for the past 15 years or so.
The government recently released a discussion paper on waste and waste reduction and asked the public and stakeholders to provide input on how best to address the issue.
One of the questions it raises is: banning singles
The use of plastic can effectively reduce the waste of plastic.
Environment Minister Rod Phillips says this is a very open area for the government.
"We're basically saying, 'How are these jobs going to work and how do they work effectively in other jurisdictions? '?
Phillips said in an interview.
"From the perspective of our government, plastics are a priority, especially when we talk about plastics in waterways.
"It is estimated that nearly 10,000 tons of plastic debris enter the Great Lakes every year . "
Ontario's blue box recycling program recycles only about all plastic packages in the province.
Ontario is also considering a deposit return system for plastic bottles and other containers, just like some other provinces.
Keith Brooks, director of environmental protection programs, says many singles
Pointing to straws and cutlery, it is not necessary to use plastic.
"I think the ban on some singles
"It makes sense to use plastic," he said . ".
"I think it's a good conversation.
Brooks warned: "But by asking such a wide range of questions, the answer may be no, and he believes that there is no jurisdiction to ban all single people --use plastics.
"There are some singles --
Use plastic that may continue to be used. . .
"For food safety reasons and for similar reasons, he will push for food to be standardized and recyclable," he said . ".
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association did not respond to requests for comment.
Many of the ideas in the discussion paper are similar or identical to those proposed by the former Liberal government in the waste transfer program, for example, prohibiting landfill sites from producing food waste and holding producers accountable for the waste, rather than being responsible to the municipalities.
"We are looking for experience in other jurisdictions, including BC, but in addition to Canada, Phillips said:" In this case, producers of waste need to be aware of the fact that, that is, they will be responsible for the waste throughout its life cycle. ".
"We believe that this makes them more responsible for the nature of the packaging.
According to the discussion paper, "the transformation of the blue box recycling plan into a comprehensive Producer Responsibility is expected to save the municipality $0. 125 billion per year.
As different cities receive different materials, the province is also considering coordinating what is accepted in the blue box.
Ontario may also allow the collection of more items through the blue box project, including small and large appliances, power tools, rechargeable batteries, fluorescent bulbs and clothing.
Comments were not accepted until April 20.
The National Democratic Party said on Sunday it would propose a bill to ban singles this week.
Use, throw away the plastic.
"Our landfill sites are piled high and plastic waste takes generations to degrade, our lakes and rivers --
Waters around the world
Contaminated with straws, bags and wrapping paper, "said party environmental critic Ian Arthur. TORONTO —
Ontario is considering banning singles
Use plastics as part of a broader strategy to reduce landfill.
Nearly one ton of waste per person per year in Ontario, the rate at which waste is transferred from landfill sites
For example, by recycling and composting
It has been stagnant for the past 15 years or so.
The government recently released a discussion paper on waste and waste reduction and asked the public and stakeholders to provide input on how best to address the issue.
One of the questions it raises is: banning singles
The use of plastic can effectively reduce the waste of plastic.
Environment Minister Rod Phillips says this is a very open area for the government.
"We're basically saying, 'How are these jobs going to work and how do they work effectively in other jurisdictions? '?
Phillips said in an interview.
"From the perspective of our government, plastics are a priority, especially when we talk about plastics in waterways.
"It is estimated that nearly 10,000 tons of plastic debris enter the Great Lakes every year . "
Ontario's blue box recycling program recycles only about all plastic packages in the province.
Ontario is also considering a deposit return system for plastic bottles and other containers, just like some other provinces.
Keith Brooks, director of environmental protection programs, says many singles
Pointing to straws and cutlery, it is not necessary to use plastic.
"I think the ban on some singles
"It makes sense to use plastic," he said . ".
"I think it's a good conversation.
Brooks warned: "But by asking such a wide range of questions, the answer may be no, and he believes that there is no jurisdiction to ban all single people --use plastics.
"There are some singles --
Use plastic that may continue to be used. . .
"For food safety reasons and for similar reasons, he will push for food to be standardized and recyclable," he said . ".
The Canadian Plastics Industry Association did not respond to requests for comment.
Many of the ideas in the discussion paper are similar or identical to those proposed by the former Liberal government in the waste transfer program, for example, prohibiting landfill sites from producing food waste and holding producers accountable for the waste, rather than being responsible to the municipalities.
"We are looking for experience in other jurisdictions, including BC, but in addition to Canada, Phillips said:" In this case, producers of waste need to be aware of the fact that, that is, they will be responsible for the waste throughout its life cycle. ".
"We believe that this makes them more responsible for the nature of the packaging.
According to the discussion paper, "the transformation of the blue box recycling plan into a comprehensive Producer Responsibility is expected to save the municipality $0. 125 billion per year.
As different cities receive different materials, the province is also considering coordinating what is accepted in the blue box.
Ontario may also allow the collection of more items through the blue box project, including small and large appliances, power tools, rechargeable batteries, fluorescent bulbs and clothing.
Comments were not accepted until April 20.
The National Democratic Party said on Sunday it would propose a bill to ban singles this week.
Use, throw away the plastic.
"Our landfill sites are piled high and plastic waste takes generations to degrade, our lakes and rivers --
Waters around the world
Contaminated with straws, bags and wrapping paper, "said party environmental critic Ian Arthur.
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