This article was added by the user . TheWorldNews is not responsible for the content of the platform.

B.C.'s $10 million plastic fund aims to encourage businesses to reduce pollution, says Heyman

British Columbia has increased its funding incentives to $ 10 million to develop products to reduce plastic pollution.

Minister of the EnvironmentGeorgeHeyman, the state is the North American leader in plasticsrecycling, and the government's CleanBC Plastics Action Fund will further reduce It says it is seeking innovation. Plastic pollution.

Last year, the state had nine plastic reduction projects, including replacing old car batteries with new ones and using artificial intelligence to classifyplasticsat recycling facilities. He says he funded.

Read more: "Work as soon as possible": B.C. Spend more than $ 500 million on climate change strategies

Hayman says B.C. companies are already expanding plastic-related recycling opportunities for electric vehicle batteries, mattresses, medical equipment and more.

Trend Story

B.C.-based President of Plascon Plastics, Clark Chow, was the first to be funded by the government at a press conference. Said that he created the product. A child-safe cannabis container made of 100% recycled plastic.

The story continues below the ad

The project chosen for funding has the ability to reduce the use of new plastic or increase the use of posts. It is based on. Recycled plastic for consumers. The state

has announced funding of approximately $ 3.8 million to British Columbia. Coastline Cleanup – July 28, 2022

© 2022 The Canadian Press