Hong Kong considers mandatory glass recycling legislation

Minister weighs legislation that would mainly target wine and other drink bottlesThe government is considering legislation to make glass recycling mandatory, the environment minister said yesterday.

Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing said the legislation would target mainly wine and other beverage bottles.He did not say who would be responsible for the recycling, but an environmental group said it would probably be importers or retailers.Read more here.Minister weighs legislation that would mainly target wine and other drink bottles

The government is considering legislation to make glass recycling mandatory, the environment minister said yesterday.

Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing said the legislation would target mainly wine and other beverage bottles.

He did not say who would be responsible for the recycling, but an environmental group said it would probably be importers or retailers.

Read more here.

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Date: 10 January 2013
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