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Effective policies to reduce non-recyclable product waste in Russia 2019

Which policies would be effective in reducing the use of non-recyclable products?*

by Jennifer Luty, last edited May 6, 2019
Effective policies to reduce non-recyclable product waste in Russia 2019 This statistic shows what Russians believe are the most effective policy responses to reducing the use of non-recyclable product waste, such as some plastics. According to data published by Ipsos in 2019, 66 percent of respondents believed that government investment to improve recycling would be an effective policy. Only nine percent of respondents thought that fines for households that do not recycle would be an effective policy.
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by Jennifer Luty, last edited May 6, 2019
This statistic shows what Russians believe are the most effective policy responses to reducing the use of non-recyclable product waste, such as some plastics. According to data published by Ipsos in 2019, 66 percent of respondents believed that government investment to improve recycling would be an effective policy. Only nine percent of respondents thought that fines for households that do not recycle would be an effective policy.
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