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Posted on July 2, 2022 2:13 pm
Wait until they find out about the melting frozen tundra.
“TEMPORARY” TUNDRA TAX! SAVE THE TUNDRA!
Voters like their open air insanity patients running things. They keep reelecting them. Grocery stores and other places that sell recyclable materials like beverage containers, meanwhile, rely on those recycling centers. State law mandates that sellers either have on-site recycling facilities or sit within a half mile of one. If not, they are on the hook to either accept reusable items themselves or pay a $100-a-day fine.Citing lower payments from the state and increased labor costs, the recycling giant RePlanet announced in January 2020 it had shut down 191 centers (a representative did not respond to requests for comment). According… Read more »
LISTEN UP! The one, single, solitary reason why these stupid laws keep popping up is because the authors are interested in one thing, and one thing only — to be able to attach their names to a piece of legislation that passed so they can say/show they “did something.” These people know the laws they write are stupid, unenforceable, unrealistic, etc., but they don’t care one bit. ALL that matters is that they have their name on something. That’s it! Nothing more! Campaign time: “look what an effective legislator I am, I enacted legislation that PASSED! Vote to re-elect ME!”… Read more »
dump it in the garbage were it belongs and the enviro’s can fish for it
Lotta homeless out there that could be sorters. Kind of like they have in Brazil; you know- a 3rd world country who is better at this stuff than these CA commies.
They can’t even enforce this dumb arse law.They even came out and said it.
Where I live, the city picks up grass clippings in the summer and leaves in the fall. They signed a deal a few years ago with a large company that wanted to convert it to compost. It was all taken to s site near the landfill and piled in long uncovered rows. These rows were turned on a schedule over and over until it was composted. Worked great…..but the SMELL of all that decomposing matter was horrible on a good day and unbelievably horrible on a bad day. The complaints from nearby residents started rolling in threatening the political careers… Read more »
I Love Smell-A!