This movie took place in the year 2805. The earth is cover with garbage. The humans have all been relocated to a star liner called Axiom. Trash compactor robots are left on earth to clean it up. Then the company Buy ‘n’ Large decides to shut down all the robots except one, Wall-E
Wall-E was the last of his kind of robots left on earth to clean it up. Every day, Wall-E would go to a section or sector of the earth and gather up garbage, compact it until it was a square shape. He would then, take the recycled squares and began stacking them until they formed buildings. A sky view made it look like a recycled city.
Even though this is a movie, this is something that I believe is already becoming a problem. We are starting to run out of places to put trash. So, trash is being shipped to other countries and some is even being dumped in places it should be.
We as a country need to figure out how to reduce the amount of trash that is produced. Can more re-useable and recycled products be made, so that it is not so hazardous to citizens?
I feel it would be very helpful if all businesses, schools, churches, restaurants and private homes would setup recycling. It is easy to do and it would help with the amount of trash that is produced every day. It would be easier to recycle it into something use like renewable energy.
For me personally this movie opened my mind. Even though it is just a fictional movie, the context of the movie is completely plausible. We can keep ignoring this issue and before we know it we may be face with a crisis situation where the trash out numbers the entire earth’s
WALL-E 3 population. In our house hold we separate certain things like paper, plastic and newspapers, but we can do more on our part.
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