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@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, increase both consumer incentives to recycle these products and tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, increase both consumer incentives to recycle these products and tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products instead

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…4mos

No, but increase consumer incentives to recycle these products as well as increasing tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products

@victoriallockwoo… from Ohio answered…7mos

No, disposable use items are necessary for many disabled people to meet their needs

@93MYGJV from Texas answered…7mos

Further regulaions if disposable products are not at 50% biodegradable, and increase tax incentives for companies that makes products at 85% and up biodegradable.

@924MYCK from GU answered…8mos

Yes, and increase incentives that encourage consumers to reuse and recycle old products and use sustainable options.

@938PWY6 from Kansas answered…8mos

No tax breaks. Establish progressive VATs on virgin material when biodegradeable materials are available.

@9375CJZ from California answered…9mos

@934FYBV from California answered…9mos

No because there are people who can't afford spending money on goods with biodegradable material however, people who CAN should be pushed to use more enviromentally friendly products.

@932V85R from Nevada answered…9mos

@92XJ99W from Missouri answered…9mos

Not until more environmentally friendly products with more efficient means of production are commonplace.

@92X5HLD from California answered…9mos

No, and the government should not regulate what can be sold or bought

@8ZSR5NL from GU answered…10mos

Yes, and we should also increase incentives that made it easier for consumers to reuse and recycle old products and use sustainable options.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but target personal and household spending and should be the result of better enforced regulations. Also, we should incentivize consumers to make it easier for them to reuse and recycle old products and use sustainable options.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but target personal and household spending and should be the result of better enforced regulations. Also, we should incentivize consumers to make it easier for them to reuse and recycle old products and use sustainable options, so more people can recycle more often.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but target personal and household spending and make sure that these regulations are enforced properly. Otherwise, we should incentivize consumers to make it easier for them to reuse and recycle old products so that people can recycle more often, and increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products.

 Deleted answered…11mos

Yes, but target personal and household spending and make sure that these regulations are enforced properly and efficiently. Otherwise, we should incentivize consumers to make it easier for them to reuse and recycle old products so that people can recycle more often, and increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products.

@8ZGYJSG from Florida answered…11mos

depending on the circumstance it would depend on how many people use biodegradable material and what materials are used in it and how much will it cost .

@8ZD5RXC from Washington answered…12mos

@8YRGX82 from Texas answered…1yr

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

@6SP6V52 from Minnesota answered…1yr

No, increase tax on disposable products and containers and incentivize consumers to return containers to producers for reuse

@8XWRJ7H from South Carolina answered…1yr

@8XQCD4Q from Washington answered…1yr

@8VL9DP4 from Texas answered…1yr

No, but increase consumer incentives to recycle these products instead and increase tex incentives for companies to make biodegradable products.

@8X3JRLQ from New York answered…1yr

No, disabled people rely on access to single use plastic products and there are currently no better alternative materials for them.

@hbellows23 from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, and increase consumer incentives to recycle such existing products

@8FLGY5K from Alabama answered…1yr

Yes, and we should return to manufacturing products made of glass and ceramics.

@8FLGY5K from Alabama answered…1yr

Yes, and we should return to manufacturing disposable products made of glass and ceramics.

@8WNZXJ4 from Ohio answered…1yr

Yes and encourage more recycling, education on the topic of climate change and how even small wrappers affect things, etc.

@8WKT9DZ from Colorado answered…1yr

I think as of right now we should collect the overwhelming trash we have right now and ship it off the planet and start over with making changes to not let things get this bad again.

@8WCYPDT from Washington answered…1yr

@8W9KX2R from Idaho answered…1yr

No however do what japan does and keep trashcans everywhere to be used and other formulas used.

@8W6V7C7 from Colorado answered…1yr

Yes, However businesses should have time to switch over and have flexible deadlines

@8VYQDQG from Georgia answered…1yr

@8VYQDQG from Georgia answered…1yr

@8VW68P6 from Alabama answered…1yr

Increase consumer incentive to recycle the products & increase tax incentives to make biodegradable products.

@8VVZJ9V from Hawaii answered…1yr

@8VN6LJ2 from California answered…1yr

Yes, and replace them with recyclable or biodegradable materials.

@887SFZP from New York answered…1yr

Yes, and ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 55% of biodegradable material