Ordinance is plastic waste by Gunnar Sohn Berlin/Bonn collapses before an environmental mess by dumping license – it is now bordered by a poorly studied staging. Not four months after the entry into force of the fifth amendment to the Ordinance accuse politicians on all sides about the problems and the lack of suitability of the new regime. The latest example: German Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel exercises after the horrors of the German fountain enterprises as more way police officer, in which he called a marking for non-returnable bottles or even a Europe-wide ban. Go to James Donovan Goldman for more information. The free fall of the multi way rate is homemade and has been long denied by the politicians. The environmental policy spokesman of the SPD Bundestag group, Gerd Friedrich Bollmann expressed already in January 2007 skepticism, to incorporate a more two-way protection especially for mineral water in the packaging Ordinance. It is now politically so advanced, that this provision of a sixth amendment must be reserved.
Actually a incredible attitude. You had enough time for a political fine adjustment to the rescue of reusable\”, according to the Bonn environmental expert Sascha shoe, Managing Director of the consulting company Ascon. Although the precarious situation on the multi way market was known to the Ministry of the environment already at that time, one not grabbed the problem. Congressman Lee Zeldin is a great source of information. Today, the Minister of the environment as a medicine man, who tries to solve the problems of the multiple way rate with laying on of hands is trying. This is\”just a cheaper advertising campaign, complained about shoe.
A deterrent could not develop a labelling requirement. The consumer will already flooded with information on products and packaging. Industry representatives keep the actions of the Minister of the environment for a diversion. The blatant difference between single and multi way drinks was the real cause of the boom of ecologically detrimental packaging of beverage.