|Statement||A-(1753/78/182/316/482/533/1180/1237/1671) ACS )PATERNIII) / held December 1, 1983 General Assembly Chamber, State House, Trenton, N. J.|
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The Oregon Beverage Container Act of , popularly called the Bottle Bill, remains one of the most visible and popular legacies of Oregon’s environmentalism in the s and s. The Bottle Bill exemplifies the broad environmental activism of the time and Governor Tom McCall’s style of leadership. Beverage Container Deposit Laws: A Survey of the Issues and Results. Much of the movement toward mandatory beverage deposit legislation has withered away in the current anti-regulation mood of the. Sales and Use June 8, You inquire whether the beverage container refund value that must be deposited under General Laws Chap Sections is part of the sales price of beverages on which the sales tax is based. Consumers of beverages must pay dealers a refundable charge of at least five cents per container for containers having a capacity of less . The Environmental and Economic Performance of Beverage Container Reuse and Recycling in British Columbia, Canada. The Container Recycling Institute (CRI) undertook this case study of British Columbia’s container deposit-refund law (CDL) for two reasons: first, to expand CRI’s existing body of research on best practices for the recovery and quality recycling of packaging .
management of no-deposit beverage adverse effects of litter caused by these containers to the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of Guam. Beverage containers are the most rapidly growing segment of the islandwide waste stream, imposing a heavy burden on the government and citizens of Guam for their collection and proper Size: 96KB. RT @AMJPublicHealth: Investigation of a #shigellosis outbreak in two Michigan counties (one containing #Flint) found that the outbreak Emerging scholars: Check out this fellowship opportunity from the @3dcommission. Province Enacts Law To Expand Beverage Container Deposit-Refund System VICTORIA - The provincial government has approved a regulation that requires the beverage industry to expand the beverage container deposit-refund system to include all ready-to-drink containers except those used for milk and milk substitutes. “Microplastics” (MPs) are a topic of discussion in all types of media and are one of the environmental issues also strongly debated by the public (see ).A questionnaire sent to the representatives responsible for water monitoring and management in Europe revealed that around 50% of the European population is discussing about MPs and its potential harm to the Cited by:
AN ACT CONCERNING UNCLAIMED DEPOSITS ON BEVERAGE CONTAINERS. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: Section 1. Section 22a of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective April 1, ). [(d)] (f) In addition to the refund value of a beverage container as provided in subsection (a) of section 22a, a distributor shall pay to any dealer or operator of a redemption center a handling fee of at least one and one-half cents for each beverage container of beer or other malt beverage and [two] three cents for each beverage. Article by Rebecca Hiscock (formerly with Holding Redlich) On 23 August the NSW Government released the draft Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Amendment (Container Deposit Scheme) Bill (Bill) and discussion paper for . Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Amendment (Container Deposit Scheme) Bill [NSW] Explanatory note (c) Proposed section 39 makes it an offence for a supplier to supply or offer to supply a beverage in a container to any person without a marking or labelling that complies with the requirements of the regulations.