Certain wastes are recyclable in my environment such as: agricultural waste, commercial waste, direct 'junk mail', electrical equipment, food and kitchen waste, furniture, glass, green (garden) waste, industrial waste, metals, newspapers and magazines, paper, textiles, tires, vehicles, and wood. Our governments should encourage individuals and private sectors to examine taking up businesses in the line of waste management and recycling.
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Temitope Adeoye Oketunji
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a really good write-up wilson
| Jun 23rd, 2003
i Think it was a well thought-out and organised article.Especially the way you tried to fuse "uncommon" subjects with more common ones.Keep it up!
| Nov 6th, 2003
Disguisting the way we treat our world and take it for granted, we think that the Earth will always be there for us. We pollute without mercy and do not even think of cleaning up the pollutions. Our floors are constantly littered with the garbage of today's generation of kids. We have absolutely no respect for the revolving sphere that we live on. Our planet is one big home, without it there probably would be no humans. The earth depends on us and we depend on it...... One cannot live without the other, think about it, without the Earth, where would we live? Without us? The Earth would be a vast jungle with no civilization to inhabit it and put its natural resources to use thus making it a desolate orb in a large universe.
A nice piece Faniyi Oluwagbemiga Gbentado
| Jun 29th, 2004
Tope, I am really impressed with this article of yours.It's well-thought of. Environmental problems will continue to be a recurring issue until we start, not only to talk about it, but also to act accordingly. Thank you for the thought.
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