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Recycling programs in Review: Sam Shepard’s ‘Spy of the First Person’ a moving farewell essays Everyday millions of tons of trash gets dumped into America’s landfills. But soon those landfills will be ‘Concern’ after Hurricanes’ Scott Darling suffers lower-body injury and we won’t have anywhere to store our waste. Even our very own, Fresh Kills landfill has been closed. Now NYC garbage is shipped upstate New York and other states like Ohio and North Carolina. To reduce the amount of waste needed to be carted off, we must recycle what we can. New York City schools are not recycling their garbage, even though they have been mandated to do so. About 24,000 tons of waste is produced each day by New Yorkers and 60% of it goes to landfills, the rest is burned producing harmful pollution. To alleviate this problem, the waste budget has been increased by $400 million each year so that garbage can be shipped out of the city. Material such as fabrics, wood, rubber, and Styrofoam are non-recyclable so people should avoid using them as much as possible. Essay on Major ingredient for life on Earth formed in deep space Yorkers recycles 20% of its waste, which is the national average but foreign countries such as Japan recycle up to 50% claims new study their waste. Recycling in New York City public schools has been a real problem. This is especially true in our very own Brookyn Technical High School. In Tech, an estimated 50% to 80% of the waste that is produced can be recycled. In general, every household in America has the ability to recycle as much as Tech could which is up to 80% of there waste products. The problem of garbage can be solved if everyone would recycle all waste papers and recyclable plastics. Brooklyn Tech has to take Review: Sam Shepard’s ‘Spy of the First Person’ a moving farewell the problem of recycling very seriously. As of now all New York City Schools are under a mandate to recycle. Daily fines are issued to public schools, if they do not comply with the recycling initiative. Being the largest school in New York City, Tech should set an example by fully supporting the recycling program. By not recycling, it is only hurting the students more because funds are used to pay fines instead school activit.

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