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    What is considered litter? Before one can answer that, one must ask whether litter is an actual issue to the environment. According to Jean Scheid, from greenliving.lovetoknow.com, litter affects everything, from storm water drains to wildlife. Globally, litter kills life. In fact, according to Haley Wilhite from The Nature Conservancy, she states that plastics account for the deaths of more than one million seabirds, and 100,000 marine mammals every year. Some mammals rendered completely disabled from birth till death due to the buildup of plastics. One major area in particular that seems to be neglected is oceans. The Pacific Ocean holds the largest landfill in the world; estimating roughly the magnitude of Texas, and approximately 33 feet deep of plastics, buoyant waste, and other non-biodegradable material (Bush, 534). How does this affect people? Scheid also states in her article that roads and highways can become dangerous when truck beds are not fastened down properly, causing debris to tumble out of the vehicle without the driver consciously knowing, leaving most passengers worried on unsafe roads. Not to mention how much it costs to clean; in…

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    Essay On Cat Litter

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    There are many types of cat litters. When you are trying to choose one for your cat, you may find yourself wondering which the best is. Basically, cat litters fall into three distinct categories. There are clay, silica and biodegradable litters. The best litter for your cat will depend on the results you want. Clay litters are the oldest type and are still widely used. Clay is used because of its ability to absorb liquids. The clay litter can absorb its weight in cat urine, and also has some…

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    Effects Of Littering

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    others less inclined to litter. Although we face many challenges throughout the term, in the end we made a difference in the cleanliness of the trail, which is why we deem our project to be successful. In this essay, I will address the effects of litter in forests, why waste reduction in forests is important and the key points of our Mystic…

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    the looks of his and Dr. Jeruss’s costumes, it not only amuses the readers, but also makes a statement on how passionate Barry and Dr. Jeruss are about not littering. The costumes show that the two grown men hated litter enough to wear outlandish costumes, go out in public with said costumes, and correct each litter bug that they saw. Next, Barry describes the actions of Captain Tidy and Neatness man when he writes, “...We spent the day cruising the streets, when we saw people litter, we’d leap…

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    Sadly, littering has become too common in the community as people have lost the ability of responsibility. People need to guide other people letting them know how littering destroys our community. Because young adults tend to litter in the United States, the Redwater community should design a program of volunteers to clean up America. However, littering has became a huge problem in the modern society. Everyone has littered it is a bad habit we all have by throwing our trash on the ground and…

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    suffer from it. Severe trash can increase bugs and rodents. Rats are often the main rodent when trash becomes abundant. Rats carry many germs and diseases. Rats are a serious health hazard to individuals. Rodents can be a vector of the plague, as of now it isn’t that drastic, but we must be aware of the possibilities. Practicing basic hygiene on the streets and getting back to properly disposing trash is one way to stop this problem altogether. Trash such as plastic, aluminum or cardboard can…

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    Littering is what pollutes the earth. Fast food wrappers and cigarette butts are the most commonly littered items and 50% of the time the litterer doesn’t even realize he/she is doing it (EPA, 2016). By throwing the trash in a garbage and bottle and cans in the recycle bin instead of out the window, the amount of pollution that is affecting our water sources and wildlife will decrease. This will also save time and money spent on trying to clean the litter up. Also, not only will using a garbage…

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    Analysis: Littering Look around. Everywhere litter can be discovered. Highways, forests, even playgrounds. It can be assumed that the higher the population the higher the pollution. Many people are guilty of the common crime, whether they admit it or not. What does this say about the people who litter? Looking at the advertisement provided, it shows the extent of their laziness. All in the entire article happens to attack people who throw trash on the ground no matter the size, or location.…

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    When the letter arrived from my neighbour's lawyer about my children littering the mutual driveway with candy wrappers, it was the beginning of a six year legal and emotional battle. My kids, 12, 11 and 7 would not have discarded trash on the driveway, not because they are such “good” individuals but that I would make them pick up anything they threw away instead of disposing it in the garbage. From the time they were toddlers they understood ....not to litter. Even if they decided to litter…

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    Littering has become an issue in my community over the last several years. About 5 years ago, an alteraine recreational vehicle club was developed by my home and with it came an increase in traffic thus, an increase in littering. During windy days, litter can be seen blowing along the roadways and into yards along the roadway. Everyone has heard the slogan “Keep America Beautiful”, but I never really thought about what that meant until now, when I see the changes in my own community. Litter…

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