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

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@982YYJNfrom Ontario  answered…3 days

Somewhat but there are other countries that use wayyyy more plastic disposable materials than Canada

@982LZ84Communistfrom Saskatchewan  answered…4 days

no because it does nothing to help, these new paper staws and cutlery are packaged in PLASTIC

@982FLHQfrom Ontario  answered…4 days

Yes, Except for those who need it (those with disabilities who need plastic straws)

@97YWQ4Zfrom Saskatchewan  answered…1wk

@97VV7LKfrom Saskatchewan  answered…2wks

@97V9T3Vfrom British Columbia  answered…2wks

Yes, ban all disposable plastics not made of 100% compostable material

@97T4JZCConservativefrom Ontario  answered…2wks

Yes, and increase comer incentives to recycle products instead, and increase tax incentives for companies that make biodegradable products, while also protecting smaller businesses, and punish larger corporations. Ban all disposable products that are not made of at least 75% biodegradable material

@97SL85NLiberalfrom Nova Scotia  answered…2wks

They shouldn't be banned, however, create a system where they can be recycled and also increase tax incentives on companies. They should have a light penalty.

@97SKVKGfrom New York  answered…2wks

@97LHV5DConservativefrom Alberta  answered…3wks

Increase tax incentives for companies that make plastic cups, plates, and cutlery.

@97LHHNNfrom Al Bahah  answered…3wks

no, but companies should pay 15% more tax on plastic items, and lower the tax on companies that make biodegradable products

@97DW5NCfrom Ontario  answered…4wks

@97DHLRHfrom Saskatchewan  answered…4wks

yes, unless it is something that you cant get in another material

@972G5M7from Ontario  answered…1mo

@96Z72XKfrom British Columbia  answered…1mo

Forks,straws, cups aren't anywhere near as wasteful as most products coming in plastic packaging.

@96TWYGGfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

They shouldn't be banned but the integration of biodegradable products should be prioritized

@96TDZJJfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96SN5WKfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@96QSRB6Liberalfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

If you can get good alternatives to these things, that are biodegradable, then ban the disposable products.

@96QP3KDfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

no. the more economic activity the more carbon emistions because our economy relies on carbon based fuels to make products. This would just be there to make people feel better as appose to making the enviroment healthier. The average joes pick up truck is emiting less carbon than that of the billionairs privet jet

@96LZ6W7New Democraticfrom Ontario  answered…1mo

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2mos

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

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2mos

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

@96JJRBTfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2mos

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

@96FNXMYfrom Quebec  answered…2mos

It could be good or it could be bad, so it's. Difficult question.

@96FHC6Ffrom Alberta  answered…2mos

no one likes paper straws and other non plastic products. we should recycle more

@96CYT57from Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes, because disposable products are killing the turtles and they should be banned for the murder of turtles.

@969Z7JSLiberalfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@969S8WQfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@969S8WHfrom British Columbia  answered…2mos

@967V2B4from Alberta  answered…2mos

@967LP6Tfrom New Brunswick  answered…2mos

i would do the second yes, ban all diposable products but i do agree that some things do not have that high of a technology to be able to use those sorts of materials yet, ones that are 75% biodegradable, but if we do reach that point of technology for every substance, then yes of course

@966MGKGfrom Ontario  answered…2mos

Yes I want it banned, but the subsidized products are worst, like paper straws

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