Some people claim that not enough of the waste from homes is recyclied. They say that the only way to increase recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement. To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste?

Generally, there are always two faces of a coin, even whether there shall be a law enforcing a mandatory recycling.
To
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For
some, they may argue that the government should intervene the people’s livelihood via
legal system
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the legal system
.
However
,
such
claim may not work, in my opinion, as it would devalue the civil liberties of the people and would be an
uneffievient
not producing desired results; wasteful
inefficient
mwthod
a way of doing something, especially a systematic way; implies an orderly logical arrangement (usually in steps)
method
for
waste
management
.
First
of all, I believe that every
people
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person
have
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has
their inalienable rights, among which are life and liberties. Many people have different methods to reduce their
waste
and their environmental impact
from
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of
such
behaviour.
For instance
, one household may reuse their plastic container from their dinner for
other
any of various alternatives; some other
another
purpose, like an ice
mold
form in clay, wax, etc
mould
.
Thus
, a legal restriction for recycling would be an invasion of citizen’s privilege, as they are entitled to do anything with their
waste
.
Moreover
, it has to be notified that not every
types
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type
of
waste
are
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is
able to be recycled. Take plastic
waste
as an example:
Although
some plastic types are able to be not under high
temperature making
Accept comma addition
temperature, making
it recyclable, there
are
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is
also
a
thermoset
a regulator for automatically regulating temperature by starting or stopping the supply of heat
thermostat
which cannot be melted, meaning cannot be recycled.
Therefore
, forcing every
waste
to go under a recycle process is not an efficient means of
waste
reduction. To sum up, I oppose the claim to have any legal requirement for recycling as a method of
waste
management
, as it would lower the civil liberties of the people, and due to the fact that recycling-only process is not very good for
waste
reduction.
However
,
this
does not mean that
waste
management
should be overlooked, but different approach shall be made by the government, like a public education for an efficient
waste
management
. Shall
this
be applied to every household,
then
the environment, and the world which we are living, is forever to be conserved.

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