It is a little known fact that human produce a lot of garbage every single day. From the day a baby is born, they begin producing garbage that mostly consists of plastics and other non-biodegradable material and this is causing the world a lot of problems. Every day the world’s population of eight billion people produce a few bags of garbage from packaging to food waste to biological waste and all of this waste is collected and put in a waste dump that will eventually leak in to the ocean and in to our water ways.
Produce less garbage
There are many ways of producing less garbage if humans simply put their minds to it but the problem is that no one ever does. Humans live very busy lives in a bid to earn money and pay for their food and therefore pay very little attention to their impact on the environment. It is vital that you use cloth bags every time you go to the supermarket and that each member of your family also uses a cloth bag in order to reduce the amount of plastic bags that you take home every day. This way, you will have far less waste to give to your waste collection people when they come to your home at the end of the week.
However, it is impossible to use no plasticat all as we live in a world that is overrun with plastic products and therefore it is vital that we teach ourselves to reuse this plastic. We can reuse the bags that we have and also find easy of recycling all of the other plastic that we have in our homes if we make a small effort. In fact, you can even work with your rubbish collection removal people to help them to recycle all of the plastics they receive every day in order to do your part for society and the environment.
It is important that you take these practices beyond your home to your neighborhoods and to your children’s schools by having a number of awareness campaigns that will teach children the importance of recycling and reusing. Children are the best people to teach these things to as they are easily influenced and they will go out and teach their parents good practices. Speak to school authorities about teaching children to find ways of reusing and recycling things that would otherwise be thrown away and having them use these things in school and in their own homes.