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Living in urban communities


Business and Industry

Recommendation 6: Cooperate with local bodies to inform communities of business operations and comply with regulatory statutes, including extended producer responsibility and circular economy schemes.


Business and Industry

Recommendation 8: Work with employees to improve quality of life, contribute to alleviating additional burden on local communities.


Business and Industry

Recommendation 10: Mandate waste sorting in offices and business operations to alleviate the burden on municipal solid waste management.


Business and Industry

Recommendation 14: Provide reparations for local communities impacted by harmful practices, especially in the event of toxic exposure events.


Business and Industry

Recommendation 15: Partner with and support local non-profit organizations advocating for social and environmental justice in your communities.


Countries

Recommendation 19: Provide resources for community members to understand their rights with respect to hazard exposure.


Countries

Recommendation 20: Regularly monitor waterways for plastics and leachates.


Countries

Recommendation 21: Integrate monitoring programs into government initiatives, including waste management efforts, education, and housing, to track and report on impacts. The most successful examples of legislation and regulation will include provisions for monitoring.


Countries

Recommendation 22: Document and audit existing waste management infrastructure.


Countries

Recommendation 23: Improve monitoring of sources of plastic waste, including imports, exports, diversion rates, and proportion of current waste management volume.


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