• caribbean studies ia
    these negative practices is the improper disposal of garbage in or close to water sources. The water is later described as deadly since it is not safe to use. My study will also focus on ways in which individuals can sustain our water sources by caring friendly environmental practices. "I agree...
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  • The Effects of Climate and Acidification on the Jamaican Ecosystem
    beautiful scenery but its inhabitants pose a great issue to the environment as they continue to feed the pandemic of Global Warming and Acidification. These are caused by the constant rise of temperature due to the burning of fuels, improper garbage disposal (burning), and distribution of carbon...
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  • Tourism and Its Effects on the Community
    (www.tourismconc.com). The sea is the single highest source of food for Pacific Islanders. Its importance to Pacific Islanders has been from centuries and remains till today. In areas with high concentrations of tourist activities waste disposal is a serious problem and improper disposal can be a...
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  • Jamaica Grande
    Hotel fined for alleged improper disposal of waste Wednesday, March 03, 2010 THE National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) on Monday fined the Sunset Jamaica Grande Hotel in St Ann $10,000 for allegedly disposing of its waste illegally. According to NSWMA executive director Joan Gordon...
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  • Impact of Tourism
    profit, profit and profit. These things will only add to the adverse effects of tourism 2. Economic Impacts A goal of developing the tourism industry in a community is maximizing selected positive impacts while minimizing potential negative impacts. First, it is essential to...
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  • Waste Disposa in Bauleni Compound
    Bauleni residents has come with a stream of both negative and positive effects on the people and their environment. This project focuses on the negative effect. Mainly that of improper garbage disposal and its impact on the environment and lives of the people. The improper waste disposal of the members...
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  • Improper Waste Disposal
    )Proper garbage disposal is important to ensure everyone's safety from possible health hazards. The improper waste disposal of garbage is a major sociological problem today due to its capability of contaminating the area in which we live and it’s potential to be lethal to all living things. Its effects...
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  • Blast
    people who die from improper waste disposal-related diseases, on a yearly basis? According to a research conducted by the United Nations Development Programme, these numbers are even going higher. It simply means that there is more garbage that is being improperly disposed each year. It is a sad...
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  • Stolkes Hall Great House Development Plan
    . | |The increase of pollution in the area as a result of improper disposal of | | |garbage by visitors |Increase in opportunity for economic growth for nearby...
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  • Restructuring
    other insects and is unsafe in the environment. It is a known fact that there is no escape from garbage; however, it is important to research and implement better ways of disposing of the trash to slow down the negative effects to the environment. If there is an intervention on how waste is disposed...
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  • Level of Awareness of Improper Waste Disposal
    . Emissions – The production and discharge of something, esp. gas or radiation. Garbage – Wasted or spoiled food and other refuse, as from a kitchen or household. Greenhouse gases – A gas that contributes to the greenhouse effect by absorbing infrared radiation. Improper disposal – is a global...
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  • Medical Waste Management
    natural environment due to improper disposal and management techniques; · To collect available information on medical waste management system in different countries; · To direct further study (recommendations). METHODS This study is based on the review of available information on medical waste, as...
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  • Library Research
    the spread of infectious diseases. B. Statement of the Problem This research study entitled Effects of Improper Refuse Disposal seeks to answer the following questions: 1. What is refuse? 2. How can we classify refuse? 3. What are the factors that contribute in production of refuse? 5. What...
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  • Improper Waste Disposal
    health of the people and the effect of it in the environment. In order to prevent this kind of problem in our society, we must learn the proper disposal of our garbage. It helps us to have a cleaner environment and lessen the chances of spreading diseases due to the improper waste disposal and it also...
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  • Investigatory Project
    community especially the segregation of garbages and the proper disposal of it. There are cities in the Philippines that are applauded because of their solid waste management systems executed. Therefore, if the management of solid waste is not properly manage, it will give an effect for the health and...
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  • Level of Awareness of Bsmt Students on Proper Disposal of Garbage
    that have been transferred to the local government units. Significance of the Study The result of this research might be significant to the following: BSMT Students. BSMT students may develop high level of awareness on the cause and effect of proper disposal of garbage. They should...
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  • The Earth Hour Script
    realizing how much it contributes to our already enormous problem on Waste Disposal. They continue to improperly dispose garbage because they are not educated about what might be the effects of their wrong doing. Host2: Given that it is getting worse what are the effects of this problem to the people...
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  • English Research Paper
    organic matter to materialize the process of decomposition.  This procedure will result to productions of compost which will eventually help the soil become healthy for planting. http://www.livestrong.com/article/124375-effects-improper-garbage-disposal/ 09/08/12...
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  • Amoy
    throughout the year C. wearing of long coats and boots D. relaxing in front of a fireplace Which form of environmental pollution is mainly caused by over population? A. soil erosion B. improper disposal of garbage C. dust from factories D. use of dynamite in fishing What could Caribbean governments...
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  • Impact of Tourism on the Environment
    as a result of increased nutrients and turbidity in the coastal water. STATEMENT OF TASK The purpose of the project is to highlight the impacts of tourism on the environment both the negative and positive aspect. Tourism contributes to improper disposal of waste, pollution of air, water and...
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