Please Save Me Its Enough, Stop Plastic Pollution at the Source

Please Save Me Its Enough, Stop Plastic Pollution at the Source

The above words from the earth sound very painful to us. The earth is pleading with us to stop polluting it. But we are not listening to the plea of the earth. The greenery of the earth is lost because of us… The human beings.

 

We use the things that are spoiling our environment that was really great thing in the past years. Today human beings are selfish they just think about their own and only their profit. Various types of pollution affect our nature. Which are:-

  • AIR POLLUTION
  • WATER POLLUTION
  • NOISE POLLUTION
  • LAND POLLUTION

we one of which major damage causing pollution is air pollution that affects the human as well as all the animals on this earth.

following are the things that are causing major pollution which prove the human beings selfish nature.
PLASTIC FOR OUR OWN PURPOSE: – Today we just use plastic for our own purpose. plastics are the most used things today. It is famous for its durability and its strength. It is very cheap and hence it is much in use.
The plastics are nonbiodegradable material that does not decompose even if it remains buried for thousand for lac of years. So as a reason it uses major land pollution.
There are many other reasons also for land pollution. E-WASTE (i.e Electronic waste). This is also a major cause of land pollution. nondegradable computers, batteries, and other electronics items cause pollution.

INDUSTRIES FOR OUR OWN PURPOSE:- In their 21st-century industries is a growing sector. but it is also one of the most pollution sectors.

The industrial sector is one of the sectors that cause two types of pollutions i.e, Air as well as water pollution. So it is just that we prevent our precious culture from destroying the by limiting the industrial sector.

Stop plastic pollution at the source.

We all know the term “reduce, reuse, recycle,” and we all know that these steps are generally good for the environment. You may not know that the order of these words also makes sense. The words are ranked in order of greatest impact on reducing your carbon footprint, with the reduction being the most important. If you want to reduce the harmful effects of plastic pollution, follow the hierarchy of steps and tips below.

First step; reduce.

The most effective way to reduce plastic pollution is to not create plastic at all. Reduce and abandon! Of course, after you have finished using the plastic water bottle, it is recommended that you dispose of it. But it is MUCH better to never use it at all, eliminating the extraction of materials from the ground, the energy used to produce it, and the fuel to transport it to where it will be sold. Every child who brings disposable breakfast bags to school every day generates 67 pounds of garbage annually. Try to remember this most important step every day!
You might be surprised how little you think about using plastic. Straws in the water in a seating restaurant, a tube of deodorant, extra plastic grocery bags, and even the plastic wrap your sandwich comes in can be avoided if you plan carefully or just ask to just skip the water. plastic box. Also look out for hidden plastic that can be avoided, such as microbeads in detergent! You can also cut down on your plastic consumption by simply buying in bulk! Instead of using two bottles of shampoo a month, buy a larger bottle and reduce the overall package by buying just one.
Know what you are using and where it is going when finished, and look for products with less packaging. Wallet voting on products that use less plastic is encouraging manufacturers to keep an eye on dollars and cut back on plastic. This is your strength as a consumer!

Second step; reuse.

If you’re like most people, it’s hard to get through a day without plastic! This is where reuse comes in. When plastic is at your disposal, this is your chance to get creative and find other uses. Reuse plastic sandwich grocery bags, plastic grocery bags for small trash bags, and reuse your plastic silver! If you can’t find a use for something, donate it! You will not only reduce waste, but you will also help others. Most people skip this step and go straight to recycling, but reusing plastics can reduce the need to create new plastics.

The last step is recycling.

After you’ve reused your plastic as many times as you can and are ready to recycle it, choose a recycling container instead of your trash. Recycling plastic requires less energy than producing plastic from raw materials. Sure, it can be tricky to empty a can of peanut butter for recycling rather than throw it in the trash, but the result is completely different, and the choice is yours.
At the time, plastic was a part of modern life, as was the associated pollution. However, with a little planning, commitment, and effort, it is easy to take action to reduce carbon emissions. Remember the biggest impact is avoiding plastic in the first place, if that can’t be done, reuse and recycling are the next best steps! Remember how much plastic you are using, and if possible, try to replace the plastic with something more durable.
Reuse any plastic you already own and recycle used plastic to keep it out of the waste stream and reduce the demand for new plastic. Getting enough people to follow these simple steps can help reduce plastic pollution and keep our planet clean and healthy for future generations.

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