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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.


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Recommendation 22: Document and audit existing waste management infrastructure.


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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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Recommendation 24: Partner with NGOs to increase capacity and maximize impact of government initiatives.


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Recommendation 25: Document the locations and compositions of fenceline communities, including historical context and health impacts.


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Recommendation 26: Collaborate with national authorities on international policies and agreements related to waste management.


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Recommendation 27: Increase coordination between SDGs and waste management legislation.


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Recommendation 28: Work with the businesses and industry to increase cooperation and trust to improve waste management and social justice for communities.


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Recommendation 29: Implement extended producer responsibility schemes, where applicable, and encourage the transition to more circular economies.


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Recommendation 30: Consider restricting importation of products, materials, or resins deemed problematic and/or difficult for life cycle management or waste stream handling.


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