Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish.

Question –Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish.Why do you think this is happening?What can governments do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?
Give reasons for your answer and include any relevant examples from your own knowledge or experience.Write at leastย 250ย words.

Waste management has become one of the most important issues in both developed and developing nations due to the increasing amount of waste produced by modern society. This issue will become even worse as a result of the unavoidable industrialization and population growth. By educating the public and encouraging recycling, the government can contribute to a reduction in the amount of waste produced.

Recently, the number of people on Earth reached an astounding seven billion. This phenomenon produces solid waste as a byproduct. If the current trend continues, it is predicted that this number will soar to nine billion by 2050. Trash production is also anticipated to increase. A portion of the total waste accumulation comes from the manufacturing sector. In order to meet the growing demands of the market, more factories are being built.

As attention turned to combating global warming, this unsavory issue has taken center stage. Educating the guilty parties, the broader public, is one way the government can contribute to reducing this environmental load. Plastic bag usage can be significantly decreased by encouraging people to shop using reusable bags. Additionally, the government can post posters and run ads highlighting ways that a household can cut back on the amount of trash it produces. Sound recycling is an additional action that the government may take. It needs to spend money on a technology that the local government can control. Recyclable material collection sites need to be easily accessible in order to motivate the community’s residents to follow this program. These zones are located no more than 300 meters from residential areas in Sweden, and thus far, their efforts have proven successful.

In conclusion, the fact that the human population will continue to grow is undeniable. Government and public cooperation are required to find a solution to this persistent issue if the world’s natural resources are to remain sustainable.



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