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Bernard Chan: The Council will Consider the Details of Implementing Waste Charging

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(新頁面: reported by Fong Cheuk Ying, 21st January, 2014 Bernard Chan, Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, said the Council will consider which method is the most appropriate way…)
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reported by Fong Cheuk Ying, 21st January, 2014
reported by Fong Cheuk Ying, 21st January, 2014
Bernard Chan, Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, said the Council will consider which method is the most appropriate way to implement waste charging after the consultation period ended.
Bernard Chan, Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, said the Council will consider which method is the most appropriate way to implement waste charging after the consultation period ended.
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Chan said that the ultimate goal of implementing waste charging is to reduce the amount of solid waste produced. He said “when everything costs people money, everyone will treasure things more”. Chan said, the brief idea of waste charging mainly divided into 2 aspects. One of the aspects is charging commercial waste and another one is domestic waste. Chan said commercial waste will be charged based on weight while domestic waste will be charged based on volume. Chan said according to the calculation used in Taiwan, the charge will be about $13 for a person per month.
Chan said that the ultimate goal of implementing waste charging is to reduce the amount of solid waste produced. He said “when everything costs people money, everyone will treasure things more”. Chan said, the brief idea of waste charging mainly divided into 2 aspects. One of the aspects is charging commercial waste and another one is domestic waste. Chan said commercial waste will be charged based on weight while domestic waste will be charged based on volume. Chan said according to the calculation used in Taiwan, the charge will be about $13 for a person per month.
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Chan pointed out that building incinerator is one of the ways to reduce the amount of solid waste that put into the landfill as the landfill will be saturated in maximum 6-year time. However, Chan said it is controversial as the citizens lived nearby disagreed the place of building the incinerators. Another way to reduce waste is encouraging people to recycle. However, Chan said the there must be a complete set of policy and facilities in order to encourage the citizens and the recycling field to focus on recycling. --[[使用者:115047|115047]] 2014年1月21日 (二) 17:28 (UTC)
Chan pointed out that building incinerator is one of the ways to reduce the amount of solid waste that put into the landfill as the landfill will be saturated in maximum 6-year time. However, Chan said it is controversial as the citizens lived nearby disagreed the place of building the incinerators. Another way to reduce waste is encouraging people to recycle. However, Chan said the there must be a complete set of policy and facilities in order to encourage the citizens and the recycling field to focus on recycling. --[[使用者:115047|115047]] 2014年1月21日 (二) 17:28 (UTC)

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reported by Fong Cheuk Ying, 21st January, 2014

Bernard Chan, Chairman of the Council for Sustainable Development, said the Council will consider which method is the most appropriate way to implement waste charging after the consultation period ended.


Chan said that the ultimate goal of implementing waste charging is to reduce the amount of solid waste produced. He said “when everything costs people money, everyone will treasure things more”. Chan said, the brief idea of waste charging mainly divided into 2 aspects. One of the aspects is charging commercial waste and another one is domestic waste. Chan said commercial waste will be charged based on weight while domestic waste will be charged based on volume. Chan said according to the calculation used in Taiwan, the charge will be about $13 for a person per month.


Chan pointed out that building incinerator is one of the ways to reduce the amount of solid waste that put into the landfill as the landfill will be saturated in maximum 6-year time. However, Chan said it is controversial as the citizens lived nearby disagreed the place of building the incinerators. Another way to reduce waste is encouraging people to recycle. However, Chan said the there must be a complete set of policy and facilities in order to encourage the citizens and the recycling field to focus on recycling. --115047 2014年1月21日 (二) 17:28 (UTC)
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