The increasingly popular home delivery service of large food chain stores, usually operating within 50- 60 km radiuses, places extra burden on environment and traffic, Péter Lenkei of environmentalist group Levegő Munkacsoport told daily Magyar Idők. The new fees would be a step towards large department store chains pulling their weight in environment protection, he said. The suggestion came before talks between economy ministry and government office officials, aiming to draft a new trade policy package including legislation on environment and consumer protection, food safety and employment regulations, the paper said.
Environmental group suggests department stores pay “pollution fee” for home delivery
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