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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, and ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material

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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, but increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products

@96246FF answered…4 days

Yes If we have easy access to properly disposing these products. But if we are just throwing them in the regular trash, the question is mute because they will not properly biodegrade

@94DR49QLabor answered…1mo

If there are better environmentally friendly options than Yes if not, increase incentives for recycling

@945NZCPGreen answered…2mos

Yes, ban any single-use plastic, biodegradable is just greenwashing. Most of it disappears after months, and only in the right conditions.

@93YB4MP answered…2mos

They should be phased out so we have time to make eco friendly replacements

@93TQXJCLiberal answered…3mos

No the bamboo spoons are distugsting but you should ban plastic bags

@93TQFXGLiberal answered…3mos

Yes, but they should be allowed to use if they have it before it was banned.

@93Q5MVY answered…3mos

Yes, but ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 30% of biodegradable material

@939KTRW answered…4mos

No, but disposable products should be higher cost, and producing and purchasing biodegradable materials should have a higher incentive to purchase.

@934ZGD6Nationals answered…5mos

Tax imports and production of products and plastic packaging to cover recycling costs.

@934WH7QGreen answered…5mos

some people with disabilities require these products, with acceptable alternatives i say yes. but banning outright will disproportionately effect disabled people

@934S6LZ answered…5mos

Ban if it isn’t compostable (biodegradable still means micro plastics)

@934QN9P answered…5mos

Yes but the biodegradable products should be cheaper for business owners etc buying in bulk

@9348N3PGreen answered…5mos

Yes and move to compostable materials instead and eventually production of compostable materials using environmentally sustainable production methods

@93467TVGreen answered…5mos

No, increase population based awareness and funding for recycling of various goods

@933X72ZLiberal answered…5mos

Yes, except it should be provided for the members of the public that require them (people with disabilities)

@932G2CX answered…5mos

Make all disposable products compostable so they break down into the earth. Biodegradable just means it breaks up but may still be around for many years in small pieces which is still dangerous to the environment and wildlife.

@92ZJCVD answered…5mos

@92X9DX6One Nation answered…5mos

Yes, with the exception of surgical items that should not be made with materials that may pose a biohazard risk, such as recycled sterilisation ouches etc

@92X76G5 answered…5mos

Yes, and van all plastic earring utensils, not for environmental reasons but due to the increase in prevalence of microplastics.

@92SYD9G answered…5mos

@92SQPNHLabor answered…5mos

Yes and increase consumer incentives to recycle these products and increase tax incentives for companies to make more biodegradable products

@92SDPL3 answered…5mos

@92R83VG answered…5mos

yes, but provide alternatives and incentives to use these alternatives

@92R63GN answered…5mos

Yes we should ban all of disposable products that are not made of at least 75% of biodegradable material however instead of using wood, paper, or cardboard like McDonald's, maybe we should use something like metal cutlery or some sort of alloy.

@92R4N48Labor answered…5mos

If the new products are the same price nowhere days people choose plastic cause it’s cheaper

@92QQN9H answered…5mos

Also should cut-down the amount of disposable mappoes that peole buy.Bad for environment and the young parents waste money due to laziness

@92QBGTX answered…5mos

Yes but not of paper, those bamboo and recycled not plastic stuff is good

@92P8FBWGreen answered…5mos

Yes, but allow exceptions for those with disabilities who may require plastic products.


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