It is necessary to provide legislative privileges to those businesses that will use the most waste-free technologies that have the least harmful impact on the environment, such as the creation of a waste sorting and recycling system at the national level: this is what the 2019 annual report on the activities of the RA Human Rights Defender, the state of human rights and freedoms says:
"Water pollution is one of the most serious environmental challenges. Wastes, which are heavy metals contained in tailing dumps, accumulate in reservoirs and riverbeds and are dangerous to the environment, including the aquatic ecosystem. Not only do mining-related chemicals and wastes, but also household wastes have a detrimental effect on the environment. They pollute the air, the crust, the water and the soil. It is necessary:
1. To create a program (policy) granting privileges or other means of economic encouragement for businesses that make investments in, apply or implement maximum waste-free means, mechanisms or technologies, or will select the ones that are environmentally safe and environmentally friendly, through legislative changes, have the least detrimental effect on the environment;
2. to create a system of waste sorting, processing and operation at a national level, ensuring there is efficient control over them."
April 16, 2020 at 12:54