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  • Madhumitha

    August 11, 2021 at 3:50 PM

    Waste management at households should become a part of our daily routines and a lot of arguments could be observed regarding this. Whether people should take part in these activities themselves or the government should impose strict laws to reinforce recycling of waste. This essay will discuss why stringent law from government is required in order to make people responsible in managing trash at home.

    Making recycling as a legal requirement would help people participate in the recycling process because this can invoke fear in them of getting penalized or having to pay fine. For instance, in countries like UAE and Qatar, when the government identifies unhandled waste from household, a huge amount of fine has to be paid, which makes people cautious of segregating the wastes of their daily life. Hence the stricter the laws, the more aware people would be about trash management, which leads to a cleaner environment.

    Moreover, it is a harsh truth that many people do not participate in managing household waste due to their negligence or unawareness. In this case, the government can conduct various campaigns and roadshows on recycling, which will change people’s mindset on being more responsible towards the environment. For example, many environmental laws remained unknown to people in India, until in 2000 a government organization decided to conduct awareness programs through different mediums, after which the country has seen a tremendous improvement in managing their waste. Hence the more a government keeps its people aware, the more responsible they would be in protecting their nature.

    In conclusion, in order to make people understand and follow a healthy process of recycling to manage waste in household, it is essential that the government not only impose strict laws, but also try to create awareness as much as possible. This can result in a drastic difference in how people understand the value of keeping their house and environment healthier.

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