The Problem of Garbage Disposal and Its Possible Solutions

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The problem of garbage disposal and its possible solutions.

Problem-Solution Essay



Almaty 2010

Problem/Solution Outline

Title: The problem of pollution from garbage and its possible solutions. I. Introduction
a. The average resident produces seven and a half pounds of garbage every day that is buried down in landfills and litters human’s lands costing a great amount of money. b. Each year, millions of dollars are spent picking up litter and more is thrown away in valuable materials that could be recycled. c. Thesis: Due to the fact that there is a huge problem with garbage disposal, government representatives must contribute to resolving this issue.

II. Body

A. Background

a. People do not even imagine what is the size and capacity of their activities and the impact they produce on the environment. The problem is that the effects of the thrown rubbish are very dangerous and extremely harmful. b. Describe the problem:

1. There are several reasons that are based on the society, environmental conditions, occupation and size of each of the different family. 2. Myriad of people and animals are affected by the problem of garbage. 3. According to Richmond (2010), toxic waste kills animals by directly poisoning them, affecting their reproductive ability and causing a deformation impact on their offspring (para. 9).

c. According to Lovejoy (1912), all biodegradable substances, contained in rubbish, are very dangerous to humans and entail serious consequences (para.5). B. Solution 1
Topic sentence: One of the possible solutions of the problem can be attained if governments build more recycling industrial units, where garbage can be converted. Feasibility of the solution:

a) a lot of time, efforts, and money needed
b) many useful purposes offered
a) saving landfills’ space
b) providing economic benefits
c) conserving valuable resources
a) large availability of non-recyclable wastes
b) difficult separation of useful materials
C. Solution 2 ( a different solution)
Topic sentence: The second possible solution can be reached if governments build special factories, where garbage can be incinerated. Feasibility of the solution:
a) useful method of disposal that saves money
b) waste-burning process of removal that saves footprint Advantages:
a) requiring small space on land
b) generating useful energy from waste
c) producing acceptable amount of emissions
a) incinerating harms to natural environment
b) burning requires for high energy costs
D. Solution 3 ( a different solution) The Best Solution Topic sentence: The third and the most profitable solution is if governments build special landfill areas, where rubbish can be disposed. A. Feasibility of the solution:

a) most common and easy way of waste disposal
b) most effective and successful method of garbage removal B. Evaluate why it may help solve the problem Advantages:
a) burning process can lessen garbage
b) landfilling emissions can generate energy
a) incinerating emissions causes air pollution
b) burning process requires enormous territory

III. Conclusion - Recommendation
Despite the fact that landfilling practice can bring a lot of problems with lacking of free space on the land, the landfilling method of garbage disposal is considered the most effective and beneficent. For that reason it is strongly recommended that governments of countries with the problem of garbage disposal will implement...
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