Nowadays we are producing more and more rubbish. Why do you think this is happening? What can government do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?

In recent times, there has been a massive increase in the
amount
of
waste
produced by the masses.
This
essay will give answers to why we are faced with
this
occurance
an event that happens
occurrence
and the measure to be taken by the government to reduce the
amount
of
waste
produced. The burgeoning number of eateries and stores affects the
amount
of rubbish produced in a place.
For instance
, most people prefer to feed on already made foods and patronize shops on a daily basis.
Therefore
,
incuring
acquiring or coming into something (usually undesirable)
incurring
more
waste
ranging from paper wraps from food to plastics, nylon bags, shopping bags and so on which are mostly littered around the environment.
Furthermore
, with the increase in population nowadays, people
always satisfy
Suggestion
have always satisfied
their various needs through purchasing what they need which must come with a package that will be disposed.
Inappropriate increase
Suggestion
Inappropriate increases
in
waste
can be checkmated by the government authority by introducing different types of
waste
bins and labeling them appropriately.
For instance
, recycling and non recycling
waste
bins should be
labeled
bearing or marked with a label or tag
labelled
to guide people on which
waste
bin exactly to dispose certain items.
Waste
such
as used plastic bottles can be traded to get a little coin in turn and
then
re-used by various companies.
Thus
,
Accept space
,
making people see reasons to dispose of it properly.
Also
, these
eatries
a building where people go to eat
eateries
trees
entries
and shops should be mandated to attend
waste
management seminars to enable them have a better idea on how best to manage rubbish.
Finally
perishable goods should be consumed almost immediately when purchased to avoid
been
the state or fact of existing
being
discarded. In conclusion, the government should indulge in the aforementioned measures of reducing the
amount
of rubbish as
this
will help create a better environment.
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