Piles of bottles at a glass recycling plant in Tuen Mun in 2013. The government has proposed to charge importers a levy of HK$1 per one-litre bottle, and aims to put the regulation into effect by mid-2019. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong must beware that ‘producer pays’ on e-waste and glass bottles does not become ‘consumer pays’

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues

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Piles of bottles at a glass recycling plant in Tuen Mun in 2013. The government has proposed to charge importers a levy of HK$1 per one-litre bottle, and aims to put the regulation into effect by mid-2019. Photo: Felix Wong
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