I just watched a man drop a cigarette from his truck, right onto the road, then cruise off after the green light like nothing happened.
But what if he was held accountable?
What if the cigarette butt was traced to the pack, and subsequently traced to the purchase?
What if the buyer was then charged, because his purchase was immutably documented? And, what if the finder also got half the charge, as a reward?
Even better, what if the first user was simply incentivized to return it to a receptacle which refunded a part of his purchase?
What about glass bottles?
What about paint cans?
What about oil filters?
What about electronics?
What about recyclables?
I do truly imagine a world where we can be greener, but maybe also just... cleaner.
I know blockchain will have a part in this, and it can benefit a lot of people from purchase to disposal, regardless of whether its the user or a party who is willing to do the cleaning (heck, maybe it's a business).
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