We are living in a throwaway society. Discuss the causes and problems.

With the advent of
twentieth century
Suggestion
the twentieth century
, we have been facing an array of problems. One of these problems is the 'throwaway society'. Let us discuss the probable causes and problems of the throwaway culture. One of the main causes of the 'throwaway culture' can be attributed to our need to look for
convinience
the state of being suitable or opportune
convenience
.
For instance
, we prefer eating in disposable dishes just to avoid the discomfort of washing them. Other causes include us becoming more materialistic. We don't think about things before throwing them away.
Increase
Suggestion
An increase
in the amount of plastic,
specially
to a distinctly greater extent or degree than is common
especially
of the grade that cannot be recycled poses a huge problem. All of
this
has led to humongous amounts of
waste
that is
being accumulated
continously
at every point
continuously
.
This
production of
waste
can lead to a lot of problems. We know that
waste
deposition is a big challenge as it acquires a lot of land. We have been using a lot of space for depositing the
waste
. It contributes to soil and water
pollution which
Accept comma addition
pollution, which
indirectly affects the flora and fauna. We are gradually filling our landfills and eventually we will have no space to dump our
waste
. There are already rumours of scientists looking to deposit
waste
on
moon
Suggestion
the moon
.
That is
how adverse
this
situation has become. To sum up, we know about the causes and problems of the 'throwaway society' and we should look for solutions to tackle
this
situation. People should be educated about
this
problem so that we can put an end to
this
facade. We need to work upon
this
together
otherwise
the day is not far when will have to suffer
commeupance
an outcome (good or bad) that is well deserved
comeuppance
for our actions.
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