Recycling And Its Effects On Our Environment

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Trash is becoming a bigger problem for our environment as we continue to waste more materials, which in turn uses natural resources and adds more pollution to our environment. Recycling and composting are some ways to deal with trash. They reduce the use of natural resources, decrease air pollution and reduce the amount of garbage that would end up being put into the ocean or landfills. America is responsible for more than one-third of the world’s waste. Each person in the United States produces more than 1 ton of waste every year, most of which are dumped into landfills. We can help reduce the amount of trash that is being produced every year by being determined to recycle all recyclable materials and spreading that mentality to others and encouraging them to copy our actions. Trash Trash is discarded matter or rubbish. Waste is categorized in different ways. These include municipal solid waste, electronic waste, hazardous waste, recyclable waste, non-recyclable waste, and a lot of other categories. Garbage and waste disposal is a significant and unavoidable problem in the world today. We are wasting a lot of materials that can be recycled or reused. Industries and factories produce massive amounts of toxic waste and pollute the air with their smoke. Waste is also a huge threat to the world’s seas. Today, most of the seas are being polluted from a wide range of human activities. Their ecological links to the land are blocked by dams; their bottoms punctured and
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