Recycling and Plastic Bag

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Recycling is a process on change the used materials becomes something new that is more useful for the one who does that, for the society or for the environment. The problem is a lot of waste being produced by humans. For instance paper, lunch bags, bottles, cans, plastic bags, batteries, wood and metal. Usually people throw the waste into the garbage because they do not want to use anymore. The waste actually comes from the human itself in which the trashes are coming from the human using. As everyone knows that the trashes are increasing until there are not enough places for it. Therefore, there must be an action or solution to solve the problems in order to reduce further waste. The trashes can be recycled are either brought to a collection center or picked up from the curbside. After finished collections of wastes, these wastes had conveyance to factories to reproduce. Then all the trashes have to reclaim, sort, clean, reprocess and remanufacture into new products.

In addition, recycling is a very vital thing that must be done toward the trash problems that happen around human’s harmony and delightful life. Recycling also plays significant roles to reduce use of nonrenewable resources, decrease energy usage, prevent the pollutions and other more. Recycling is consist of three components of the ‘’ Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’’ 3R waste hierarchy. People have to pay more attention and responsibility in ensuring that the amount of wastes going to landfills is keeping at a minimum. The simple examples for the three components such as they can bring their own bags when doing the grocery shopping instead of using plastic bag, they should bring their own containers when buying takeout food, and they have to separate their rubbish into recycled and non-recycled.

According to the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) secretary Puasa Mohd Taib said that ‘’ MBPJ spent RM44mil last year on solid waste management through its contract with Alam Flora, and 144,000 tons of waste...
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