In Japan, there's a Proof-of-Parking law, which means you can't own a car unless you have the parking space for it. I think it's a great expression as a law, that tells the car user that ownership comes with a responsibility for a resource that your ownership will draw on (in this case, space).
What if it were the same for materials? Specifically now because its impact is quite urgent - single-use plastics? What if the use of plastics had to be authorized? And could only be used if you - a manufacturer, local government, or even household - can show proof that you have an environmentally-friendly way to dispose of or lengthen the life of that single-use plastic.