Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong
Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | Hong Kong’s waste disposal charging scheme may not be perfect, but it’s a good start

  • The Legislative Council should back the government’s proposal to implement a waste disposal charge, as such schemes have proved successful elsewhere

Topic |   Hong Kong environmental issues
Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong
Waste charging alone won’t solve Hong Kong’s problem of too much rubbish. The government-backed proposal must be implemented alongside other measures, such as making recycling easier through extended producer responsibility. Photo: Edward Wong
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