31 0ctober 2013
Recycling starts with the individual
The world would be a better place if everyone starts to recycle . In order to be
successful in an effort to recycle and help to maintain a clean and sustain a healthy
environment. A healthy environment, not only provides healthy atmosphere for human
beings but also for every other living thing in the earth . Even though recycling may
seem more work than to simply throw trash in the garbage , more people should start
recycling . As appears in the New York Times newspaper the average people generates
over 4 pounds of trash every day and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year . Certainly
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As per the survey of endangered species international organization . They are everywhere
and globally we use more than 260 million tons of plastic each year .
There are many companies , who makes money by selling plastic bottles filled
With water . They are a large problem with the product they are selling . â€œWhen a
plastic bottle is labeled "BPA-free," that's no guarantee that it's clear of
worrisome chemicals . It might contain BPA's cousin BPS , which research suggests
is equally toxic (article).â€ The only thing they can be done to change use of
bottled water is to boycott this product . This product may have to change the
dangerous container to a more acceptable container .
As a college student , I feel responsibility to create an air of awareness to create
better environment with each person . Everything that can be comfortably replaced by
the use of materials can be replaced . One person in the world does not make a large
difference . In actuality , each individual's contribution greatly affects our
environment . Our natural resources are running low , and we must work together to
save them and the Earth from ruin . It would be our best interest if we able to
accomplish this so that we all could have a brighter future living . Where we would not
have to be concerned about losing the availability and pleasure which are destroyed by
the use of non-recyclable materials.
Fidenci, Pierre.â€ ESI Field Report.â€ endangered species international. united states of America
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"The Other Health Risk Hiding In Your Plastic." Prevention 64.10 (2012): 14. Academic Search
Complete. Web. 30 Oct. 2013.
Mercola, Joseph.â€ bottled water and its health environmental impacts. â€united states:
mercola.com, 2013.web.30 Oct. 2013