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ASS3 Essay: Change

Essay Question: Identify an area of change and discuss its impact on society.

Topic: You do not love Mother Nature if you are disposing away rubbish improperly

Hook: Mother Nature provides us shelter, food, fresh air, covering and a beautiful green land for us to live in and continue our family tree. But what do you give her in return? All the garbage you don’t need anymore? Killing her animal life on water and on land by mistake or on purpose? More likely harming yourself, your family and everything else you can think of on earth. Have you ever thought that every time you dispose away rubbish improperly, you are part of harming the Mother Nature… Either revive to survive or suffer…

Thesis Statement: Disposing away of waste improperly has to decrease because it is affecting you, you family, your society and our world.

Content Statement: In this topic I will cover various types of wastes produced from human society is increasing and ways we can decrease this and save our world.

Paragraph 1: Municipal Waste – is everyday items we use and then throw away, such as product packaging, grass clippings, furniture, clothing, bottles, food scraps, newspapers, appliances, paint, and batteries. This comes from our households, schools, hospitals, commercial waste, and demolition waste

Paragraph 2: Hazardous Waste – is something that causes harm to the public and the environment. This comes from Industrial waste, commercial waste, school laboratories and even households. All these include oils, batteries, solvents, chemicals, old paints, etc.

Paragraph 3: Bio-medical Waste – are solids, liquids, sharp and laboratory waste. It is anything that is infectious and dangerous. This comes from clinical waste such as hospitals, veterinarians, dentists, nursing homes, etc.

Paragraph 3: Special Hazardous waste- includes radioactive waste, Explosives waste, E-waste

Paragraph 4: Ways you can...
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