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I quite agree with the statement “we live in Disposable society”. During my school years and college years, I often heard about foreign countries also I noticed that they stressed its cleanliness. My friends and relatives told me that if we want to live in a healthy and clean environment we have to go to foreign countries such as America, London, Singapore. I always had a dream to live in theses nice countries. My dream became true now. Ten years ago, when I arrived to Chicago, I could notice cleanliness everywhere easily. That view stays in my mind ever. The park I saw with no filthy but only greenish grass. Beach has only filled with sand and water not even a single trash. The steps government followed to maintain the clean environment made me astonished. Since People spend most of their time in Park, Beach, and library. I was so surprised to see the view. I wondered, and I said “wow” in my mind. But now everything changed! First and foremost, the city where I live at present, the view made me puzzled! Even when I go to different cities or states, the view forced me to ask think this question myself- "where is the clean environment?” When we think about the matter of cleanliness, there is no clean anywhere except everywhere trash, plastic papers, soda tins, cigarette pieces, bulk of diapers, used appliances, electronics, and furniture. People's action shows that they are not care about clean and healthy environment. What kind of actions led them they don't care? People are nowadays Spitting on streets, blowing their nose, throwing baby's diaper, throwing chewing gum wrappers, and not being a role model for their child to maintain a clean environment. Secondly, People are so fond of new version of electronics and games. Even though their computer might work proper but not supporting any new version of software then they are in a situation to buy new one which is compatible

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