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Are fines the best way to tackle recycling offenders? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2019-6-30 16:32:50 |Display all floors
This post was edited by ceciliazhang at 2019-7-2 10:53

Shanghai enacts its new garbage regulation on July 1. Other cities around the country will follow Shanghai's step. From July 1, people in Shanghai who fail to sort garbage face fines of up to 200 yuan (US$29). Enterprises can be fined up to 5000 yuan for failure to sort waste. How are you responding to the new rules? Do you think fines are the best way to deal with recycling offenders?




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Post time 2019-7-1 08:47:29 |Display all floors
Many countries have tried this and fail. Organic waste still need to be put into plastic bag by households before throwing into rubbish bin unless there is some kind of organic bag to use

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Post time 2019-7-2 13:16:49 |Display all floors
Sometimes people can come-up with ideas and some are good ideas, but this one takes the cake, the worst idea possible.
Human lives mean nothing when the western warmongers see a bigger gain through war

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Post time 2019-7-3 09:47:18 |Display all floors
Performing community service works better than fines.

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Post time 2019-7-3 09:47:23 |Display all floors
Performing community service works better than fines.

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Post time 2019-7-3 09:48:13 |Display all floors
Try community service. I think it works better than fines.

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Post time 2019-7-5 21:21:11 |Display all floors
Chengking Post time: 2019-7-3 09:48
Try community service. I think it works better than fines.

Maybe commercializing sorting practice can do the trick.
Believe it or not, it's true.

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