iii. Incentive conditions.
1. Incentive conditions for units:
(1) Playing strong demonstration role in conducting household waste source reduction and classification in its operation or management area;
(2) With outstanding performance in conducting the publicity, training and promotion of household waste source reduction and classification, which impacted staff or citizens by high rates of awareness, participation, accuracy and recycling with obvious reduction outcome;
(3) Good at leveraging new technologies and innovating management systems, with the level of household waste reduction and reutilization increased;
(4) Household waste classification construction reaching the demonstration stage standard specified in “Introduction of Typical Household Waste Classification Construction Standard and Design of Nanning”, with top inspection and acceptance score;
(5) Being recognized by the environment and health department of the nation, autonomous region, city, county (district) and the society under other circumstances with certain influence or outstanding performance on household waste classification in certain range of areas.
2. Incentive conditions for families:
(1) Family members have good mastery of household waste classification, with accuracy rate of over 80%;
(2) Family members actively take part in the activities organized by the villagers’ (residents’) committee such as the publicity, training and promotion on household waste source reduction and classification and the supervision on the site of waste classification at least six times a year.
(3) Family members practice low-carbon lifestyle, and playing demonstration role in the neighboring areas.
3. Incentive conditions for individuals:
(1) Engage in the publicity, education, training, management, or law enforcement of household waste classification for no less than one year, and play strong demonstrating and promoting role in household waste classification work;
(2) Actively conducting publicity and doing volunteer work, and mobilizing others to participate in household waste classification, so as to notably improve the rate of awareness, participation, and accuracy of household waste classification to relevant unit and the volunteering management object;
(3) As a supervisor, actively taking part in household waste classification supervision work with the spent time amounting to no less than 200 hours yearly (to be verified by sub-district office);
(4) As a volunteer, actively taking part in household waste classification volunteer work with the spent time amounting to no less than 200 hours yearly (to be verified on volunteer management system record).