Opinion: Packaging stewardship good for the environment, business and residents
by：Taian Lamination Film2020-10-04
Residents of the terrace, blacksmith, 100 Mile House, 108 Mile House, Kaslo and Nakusp will collect their recyclable items on the side of the road from May 19 Material BC program more Material BC announced on March 17 that roadside recycling will begin in two parts of north and central B. C. Prince George and quesner are the most populous communities in the United States. The Curbside collection is made possible for the first time through our packaging and printed paper management program, which will be launched in May 19. These are not the only communities that benefit from the project: the terrace, the blacksmith, the 100 Mile House, the 108 Mile House, the residents of Kaslo and Nakusp will all benefit for the first time, collect their recyclable items on the side of the road. Increasing these communities is an important milestone in our goal of increasing roadside recycling across the province. It also proves that MMBC has taken a solid first step in achieving our government. mandated 75-per- The recovery rate of packaging and printing paper is %, which is 50-to 53-per- Interest rates across the province. In addition, The MMBC program will enable many residents to recycle new packaging categories that are not normally included in the current roadside or warehouse recycling program, including milk cartons, plastic foam packaging, flower pots, aluminum foil packaging, some types of plastic film packaging, beverage cups. These new services are possible because of the industry-through MMBC — Responsible for and funding a recycling program that saves taxpayers about $85 million a year. Although members of MMBC bear the costs and responsibility of the recycling system, many local governments will continue to play a role in recycling. MMBC is part of the evolution of provincial recycling. The B. C. In May 2011, the government adopted a provision requiring all businesses that provide packaging and printing paper to residential consumers to assume responsibility for the collection and recycling of these materials after consumers have used up them. MMBC spent two years consulting with stakeholders including businesses and local governments to develop their management plans. The plan was approved by B. C. The packaging and printing paper recycling program for MMBC will begin operation in April 2013. MMBC is one of more than 20 Extended Producer Responsibility projects launched in BC over the past 20 years, which led to the industry taking ultimate responsibilityof- Life management of items such as beverage containers, electronics, paint, waste oil, tires and batteries. The purpose of the EPR is to encourage producers to produce and sell products that are more durable, greener, and ideally will never become waste at the end of use. B. C. The recycling regulations in the United States transfer the responsibility for managing the recycling of packaging and printing paper homes from taxpayers to businesses such as retailers and manufacturers that produce packaging and printing paper. Rather than the individual undertaking of the cost and complexity of establishing a collection and recycling system, MMBC was established to share costs on behalf of its members and to obtain the economies of scale required to operate an efficient project. It should be noted that there is no obligation for enterprises to join MMBC. Instead, they are obliged to comply with the recycling regulations. How they comply is their choice and businesses that choose not to join MMBC can develop their management plans. The impact on small businesses is expected to be limited. Total number of B. C. Enterprises expected to register with MMBC are 2,000- 3,000, accounting for only a small part of about 385,000 companies in B. C. This is largely due to the fact that most small businesses in the province do not supply packaging and printing paper to residents and are therefore not affected by the recycling regulations. In addition, B. C. The Ministry of Environment recently announced that it would impose exemptions for very small local businesses. For the success of MMBC\'s project and to achieve our environmental goals, manufacturers, retailers and governments are working together to transfer packaging and printing paper from landfill sites and to build an effective and Alan Landon is the general manager of multiple companies. Materials Colombia, UK.