Long Term Storage of Produced Waste
Waste can be collected in trucks and disposed of a central facilities. Much waste does not need to be confined for nearly a century near the place it was produced. Small businesses also would be greatly hurt by a requirement for them to employ large and expensive waste bunkers. Requiring member nations to implement policies that knowingly waste money when there are clearly better alternatives is a foolish endeavour. Further research ought to have been done before this proposal was proposed, with substantial thought in ensuring that waste dealt with in a safe and efficient manner.
The WA Office recommends a vote against 'Long Term Storage of Produced Waste'.
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