Zero Waste Kaua‘i offers education, monitoring of county recycling efforts
LAWA‘I — A local nonprofit is gathering information on how residents utilize the county’s drop-off recycling locations and reporting back to the county.
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What happen to Green Peace? Could not they extend this non-use of plastic forks to the greater public? EPA. You were mentioning EPA awhile back.
What’s the deal on only government agency? They have no means to pull it off.
The EPA cannot fine Wal-mart for selling plastic forks. These businesses are owned by millionaires. A state legislature would know this. What would a state legislate say in passing a bill as this? This will affect the billionaires store. And he’s in the state capitol with the congress. Collecting something. How would they collect from the billionaire? He has the public leverage. Interest in plastic forks. And money.
Why are people so focused on small plastics like straws????— just go to the stores and you will see isles of plastic containers- shampoos, sunscreen, laundry soap, hand soap, food items it is up and down every isle….. we the consumers need to really look at what we are buying…