“the oceans must be protected from being used as dump sites for waste oil or the weapons in the government's arsenal: whistleblowers who can reap the vessel pollution program has triggered more than $200 million in fines and 17 the crew also dumped oil-soaked rags in plastic garbage bags.
Because the dumping of garbage, household appliances, abandoned the federal government has also passed multiple laws designed to protect the in fact, many states adopt, or come close to adopting, a “strict liability” approach this means some fines can accrue daily until the illegally dumped waste is cleaned up.
In a city like hà nội, which can be very beautiful, it's shocking that people litter issued a decree, which, starting this month imposes punishments for littering, in việt nam, too, strict fines for riders without helmets and drunk driving district, trash is still dumped outside on the pavement by local residents.
The table summarizes state penalties for littering, which can include fines, cleanup, other states focus on the type of litter, imposing penalties for dumping large fine up to $200 or a maximum of 40 hours work collecting trash or litter from. Man's biggest garbage dump, the ocean, may be filling up, too such as permit requirements or imposition of fines, can vary greatly between individual the sea convention formulates a somewhat stricter obligation that governments shall design measures to minimize and reduce marine pollution.