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    in correct procedures for waste management of contaminated items. When it comes to waste disposal of contaminated items the health facility will have to follow current legislation and regulations concerning waste management. The health facility will refer to Australian Standard AS/NZS 3816, Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 and Department of Environment and Heritage Protection – Guideline to Clinical and related waste (Koutoukidis et al, 2013, p 380). Using these regulations will assist the facility in creating work place polices in regards to waste disposal as well as using companies approved for the removal of the waste from the facility. When staff are handling…

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    For example, the author of this commercial obviously thinks that Charmin is the number one brand for toilet paper. That is all an opinion though because everybody has different tastes. Since the author believes that Charmin is the best toilet paper around, it must also mean that the author believes that it is the softest and longest lasting toilet paper. Another appeal that is used is pathos. The bears set off an emotional aspect that gets the audience to watch the…

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    Table to Trash “There is food for everyone on this planet, but not everyone eats,” exclaimed Carlo Petrini, the founder of a grassroot movement. Food is thrown out by regular people and big companies as if it is nothing, when in fact it’s almost worth its weight in gold to the hungry. Human nature stands in the way of getting unwanted food to those who need it. This paper talks about how a person’s routine adds to food waste; the impact food waste has on nature; and the laws that prevented the…

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    Turns out, Brazil is the fifth largest producer of trash, sending 27 billion tons of trash per year to unsafe destinations, overflowing Rio’s dumps and polluting Guanabara Bay. The only recycling system is the catadores, citizens who handpicked recyclable goods from dumps. Since Rio de Janeiro is to host the 2016 Olympic Games, the city planned consequential changes to its waste system, and new recycling centers are opening next year. In neighborhoods with limited waste services and open trash…

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    the grocery shelves will ever meet the mouth of the consumer who bought it. Much of that food will instead be sent straight to the local landfill. The misuse and sheer waste of food today in the US is becoming a bigger and bigger problem. Some argue that the waste of food is that important of an issue, but a careful examination suggests that the economic, ethical…

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    following attempts can be made to solve the problem of environmental pollution: we should use banana leaves or paper to wrap food instead of plastic bags because they are hard to dissove and pollute the environment. Or goverments must take measures to reduce global warming immediately, they should enact and inforce laws on protecting the environment and it’s every necessary for them to pose punishment to people who break laws. Or people may find out how to avoid harmful smoke from running…

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    Wastewater Pollution Essay

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    BACTERIOPHAGE MEDIATED PHYTOREMEDIATION Wastewater is any water that is against the usage by human . Wastewater is the result of domestic, commercial, industrial or agricultural activities. After the use water is returned to the environment in a different condition, usually as dirty water (wastewater).It is never returned in the same way as it was withdrawn. Wastewater produced by households or communities is also called municipal wastewater or sewage. (Tilley) Effluent refers to the sewage or…

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    Lack Of Food In America

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    The amount of food that restaurants waste could help many people. It would also help people by saving up money. One way would be by not buying food that you know for sure you're not going to consume. About 1/8 people in America are surfing with starvation. Although some people believe that homeless will take advantage of getting food for free, however there are people that are suffering not able to have a meal for that day. Parent would do anything for their kids. Middle class believes there…

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    Causes Of Food Shortage

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    It is hard to imagine that about half food around the world is wasted in many different ways every year. The problem of food shortage bothers many people now. If people can reduce food waste, food shortage may be could be solved. There are many causes of food waste, transportation losses, storage losses, daily life extravagance and unreasonable distribution. In order to cope with these problems, some solutions will be illustrated in this essay and there are some analyses and evaluations will be…

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    BP Oil Spill Scandal

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    biology class knows that humans create more waste than every other species combined. Much of this waste stems from our selfish over utilization of the resources found here on earth. Results of this can been seen during the BP oil spill scandal. However, waste production occurs even in beneficial establishments like hospitals. Waste is produced in hospitals in multiple areas, such as the cafeteria, used medical tools and toxic materials produced by operations. According the Environmental…

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