Does your local government make it easy or hard for citizens to recycle?

@RodrickH (6086)
China
May 3, 2018 3:53am CST
I wouldn't say they make it so easy but it's more easier than before. Does your local government make it easy or hard for citizens to recycle?
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@Sreekala (22127)
• India
3 May
I do not know about government and how they helps to recycling. Now, in our place their vehicles are coming regularly to collect garbage from home.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
At least they are collecting garbage so I guess they are trying to recycle and make their effort in environment protection
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@Sreekala (22127)
• India
3 May
@RodrickH It seems. earlier people came to collect garbage at home and we have to pay money for their service. Here they are dong it free, only thing we have to wait for their vehicle.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
@Sreekala It's great to have someone collect it for free, it shows the government care about recycling and environment
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@id_peace (4728)
• Singapore
3 May
To be honest they have put up bins and etc which are easily available in the country but they are not publicizing this a not
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
Putting up bins is a way to protect the environment, even some garbage can be recycled so I guess government are trying their best to make it easy
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@id_peace (4728)
• Singapore
3 May
There are efforts but the efforts need to be more intensive.
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3 May
It is easy for us to get things recycled.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
Thanks for sharing
• Philippines
3 May
They implement law, but soon forgets and then the old habit comes back again.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
I agree, they should find a more constructive way to solve that problem
@Shavkat (56850)
• Philippines
3 May
I think the government in my country is not that helping some concerns.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
4 May
Thanks for sharing
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@Shavkat (56850)
• Philippines
4 May
@RodrickH It's my pleasure to share.
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@mlgen1037 (16203)
• Manila, Philippines
3 May
It is hard because the government does not even follow or do recycling, what more the citizens?
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
That's true
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@mlgen1037 (16203)
• Manila, Philippines
3 May
@RodrickH I think the government should really strictly implement recycling so that the citizens will follow suit.
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@Starmaiden (3913)
• Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
3 May
In my city it's the law. There's a different colored bin for everything recyclable. That makes it a bit easier, but sometimes I have to double check on what goes into what bin.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
3 May
Garbage classification is important but many people in my country don't have the habit to do it so I wish someday they will realize the importance of it
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• Dartmouth, Nova Scotia
3 May
@RodrickH yes. It takes a while to form the habit.
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• India
3 May
I think it's our duty to try to recycle things which can be used. We cannot leave everything on Government
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
4 May
Yes, we should do our best in recycling
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@JohnRoberts (52258)
• Los Angeles, California
3 May
Recycling is a big deal here so it is easy.
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@RodrickH (6086)
• China
4 May
Thanks for sharing
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@aureliah (13943)
8 May
They recently implemented a law where no one should use plastic bags