ANALYSIS OF THE PRACTICE OF SETTING RECYCLING STANDARDS IN THE EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
Author(s): Dolgushin A.B., Tsukanov A.A.
Rubric: Environmental economics
Release: 2020-3 (34)
Keywords: recycling standard, consumer waste, extended producer responsibility, environmental collection, recycling, closed-loop economy, polluter pays
Annotation: This article describes the problems of economic incentives for recycling consumer waste in order to reduce the share of waste generation and disposal. Extended producer responsibility is considered as the most effective mechanism for economic incentives to solve the environmental problem of waste accumulation in the environment, proven by world practice. The study analyzed the dynamics of the government of the Russian Federation setting recycling standards in the environmental collection system as part of the extended responsibility of the manufacturer from 2015 to 2020. Changes to the regulatory framework governing waste disposal are being worked out in detail. We describe the nature of utilization norms, environmental fee and extended producer responsibility, reflects the shortcomings of the system, recommendations for improving the system of extended producer responsibility in the Russian Federation in the part establishing standards utilization at 100 %. Indicators of standards for waste disposal from the use of goods in 2015–2020, grouped by type of materials, are given.
Bibliography: Dolgushin A.B., Tsukanov A.A. ANALYSIS OF THE PRACTICE OF SETTING RECYCLING STANDARDS IN THE EXTENDED PRODUCER RESPONSIBILITY SYSTEM OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION // Economics and Management. – 2020. – № 3 (34). – С. 57-63. doi: 10.21777/2587-554X-2020-3-57-63