President Luiz Inácio da Silva lauched a recycling credit program on February 2023
The program's name: Reverse Logistics Recycling Credit Certificate (CCRRL)
This credit program aims to minimize waste generated after the consumption of the produc or at the end of lifecycle of consumer products. It intends to include all society, especially the provate sector. Each metric ton of recycled waste is elegible to obtain one recycling credit. The system will work similar to the carbon credit system. The system contributes to meet the emission reduction goals while allowing companies to filfill their compliance with reverse logistic targets.
Experts have expressed some flaws perceived in the system such as: not prioritizing indiviauls and collectives that work in the informal waste collection system, the selected creiteria to verify the adherance to the system and the verification of the results.
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