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yet other people put the forward view that housing's waste is not recycled enough and so as to adress the issue, the authorities should enforce a new law to increase recycling. Athough implementing new legslation could force people to recycle, I am doubtful that the recycling law woud be just the only way to enhance people to

Some people claim that not enough of the waste from homes is recycled. They say that the only way to increase recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement.

To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste?

 

Yet other people put the forward view that housing's waste is not recycled enough and so as to address the issue, the authorities should enforce a new law to increase recycling. Although implementing new legislation could force people to recycle, I am doubtful that the recycling law would be just the only way to enhance people to obey.

From my opinion, there are more several ways to tackle this environmental problem, including punishment and education. As far as the first is concerned, the government could easily make a legal mandatory for homeowners to separate their waste into different bins. To give an example, if someone failed to adhere the law, there would be punishments ranging from facing fines to do community service activities, or even prison sentences for repeat offenders. Secondly, the politicians could make a policy for puting education, rather than using punishments to advocate recycling . As for the reason, children could be learned  about the negative impacts of wasting in their households and householders could be informed to aware of their waste's accountability. Therefore, the improved behavior of these people could give an opportunity to make their lives more clean and waste- free environment for everyone.

Another way to tackle this dilemma is that government could make stricter regulations for those companies that fabricate plastic packaging for household products, so that the money would also be spent in order to improve the recycling infrastructures, facilities and systems. As a result, people will be aware of their own accord and the waste will be effectively handled regardless of whether or not people separate it correctly.

To sum up, perhaps we do need the legal requirements, but there are many other ways to enourage people to possess their waste more responsibly.

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