Is recycling mandatory in NJ?
Answer: Yes. New Jersey’s mandatory recycling law (the New Jersey Statewide Mandatory Source Separation and Recycling Act), which was enacted in 1987, requires recycling in the residential, commercial (business) and institutional sectors (schools, hospitals, prisons, etc.).
Are plastic hangers recyclable in NJ?
In addition to plastic bags and Styrofoam, recycling bins should be free of food waste, no takeout food containers, no dishware, glass, or mirrors, no tubs (yogurt or margarine), no paper towels, hangers, cups or plates, flower pots, video tapes, pots & pans, bulbs, batteries, hoses, shredded paper and no syringes.
Should people be fined if they don’t recycle?
According to the ‘polluter pays principle’ endorsed by United Nations members, fines or fees should be charged. Polluters should be required to pay the cost of services if they do not recycle. Hopefully, with the help of education and promotion, recycling will become an everyday job for all of us.
Can a parent be fined for not sending their child to school?
Though some councils have announced they will not be fining parents. Plymouth Live reports that they will not be fined in the Devon city if they don’t send their kids to school.
Why do people have to pay to recycle?
People should have to pay if they don’t recycle because that teaches them it’s not ok to not recycle and they will one day learn recycling is important to the world Being fined for recycling would help our world to recover and receive its salvation. People easily forget, and if one was fined for forgetting to recycle, they wouldn’t forget again.
Why do people refuse to recycle their waste?
Households, offices and schools are encouraged to recycle waste. Trash should be separated into paper, plastics and metals. There are also programmes for recycling rechargeable batteries and computers. Some households and offices refuse to recycle because they insist that waste materials are hard to classify.