In part one of a two-part series this week, experts touch on the topics of China’s waste import ban and contamination standard, technology, acquisitions, the economy and the proposed infrastructure bill.
If passed, House Bill 47 will create the Missouri Food Waste Law.
Beginning July 1, imports of solid waste, including ferrous, copper and aluminum scrap, will be moved to a list of restricted waste material.
Because few staffers are available to clean toilets and pick up trash, national parks have started to overflow with garbage and feces.
The regulation modifies both collection targets and adds a series of programmatic activities to complete annually.
The law covers foam food containers, cups, trays, plates, bowls and packing peanuts.