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Pollution is a social problem which needs to be more globally addressed. When we don’t recycle and allow more garbage into landfills, we are slowly killing the environment and added more harmful ...

Pollution is a social problem which needs to be more globally addressed. When we don’t recycle and allow more garbage into landfills, we are slowly killing the environment and added more harmful gasses into the atmosphere. Recycling is a simple act which can make a big difference in the future. It doesn’t take much to place recyclable objects into the proper blue bins instead of garbage cans. As humans, we need to take the initiative to help preserve the environment for our lives and future generations to come.

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    • Recycling 0855062 MMEDIA 1A03 Tutorial 16 Monday, October 6 th , 2008
      • It is very important to recycle on a daily basis to help society, and ultimately, to help repair our damaged earth. Every small gesture made by recycling can help the earth and improve the quality of life amongst the people of the world.
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      • Pollution is a social problem which needs to be more globally
      • addressed. When we don’t recycle and allow more garbage into
      • landfills, we are slowly killing the environment and added more
      • harmful gasses into the atmosphere. When plastic is made from
      • raw materials, harmful CFCs are created and released in to the
      • atmosphere in which we breathe. Landfills are quickly filling up
      • which is resulting in more trees being cut down to accommodate
      • the constant demand for space to deposit waste.
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      • Recyclable objects, if left
      • in landfills, can take a long
      • time to completely decompose.
      • DID YOU KNOW?
      • Plastic soda bottles and glass can take up to 1 million years to decompose
      • Aluminum cans and diapers can take up to 500 years
      • Batteries take 100 years to decompose
      • Paper takes between 1-5 months
    • Residential Waste Composition in Ontario
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      • Recycling is beneficial in the following ways:
      • Less trees are cut down allowing forests and the wildlife within to stay preserved
      • Helps keep the oceans, lakes, and rivers clean from toxins and minimizes the amount of water needed to process new goods
      • Reusing aluminums allows less use of natural resources
      • Cuts down the amount of garbage in landfills
      • The amount of raw materials needed to create a product is decreased which minimizes energy costs over 50%.
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    • References
      • &quot;Change the World ... Enter the Competition!&quot; The Scout Association. 29 Sept. 2008 <http://87.127.227.195/changetheworld/>.
      • &quot;Envirostats: Recycling in Canada.&quot; Statistics Canada . Government of Canada. <http://www.statcan.ca/daily/english/070713/d070713a.htm>.
      • &quot;Fresh Organic Office Delivery.&quot; FOOD . 29 Sept. 2008 <http://freshorganicofficedelivery.com/blog/>.
      • &quot;Habitat for Humanity of Wake County.&quot; Habitat for Humanity . 29 Sept. 2008 <http://www.habitatwake.org/>.
      • &quot;More trash, more recycling across Canada: StatsCan.&quot; CBC News. <http://www.cbc.ca/consumer/story/2007/07/13/recycle-statscan.html>.
      • &quot;ONTARIO’S 60% WASTE DIVERSION GOAL.&quot; Ministry of the Environment . Government of Ontario. 29 Sept. 2008 <http://www.ene.gov.on.ca/programs/4651e.htm>.
      • &quot;Paper Recycling.&quot; Bayblab . 29 Sept. 2008 <http://bayblab.blogspot.com/2007/09/paper-recycling.html>.
      • &quot;Recycling.&quot; Encyclopedia . Green Student U. <http://www.greenstudentu.com/recycling.aspx>.
      • &quot;Reduce, Reuse and Recycle Waste.&quot; Logotron Educational Software . 29 Sept. 2008 <http://www.logo.com/recycling/index.html>.
      • &quot;What can I recycle in the clear sack?&quot; New Forest District Council . 29 Sept. 2008 <http://www.newforest.gov.uk/index.cfm?articleid=1023>.
      • &quot;What's it going to take to solve the garbage crisis??&quot; Green Ontario. <http://www.greenontario.org/strategy/solid_waste.html>.