To organize our trash, we should create separations.
By organizing our trash, we are more efficient at decomposing the structure of each contagion. Typically, the means of our trash get piled together, when one could easily be destroyed. The idea here is to create proper space for each element to be disposed of. Once these categories are created, and made accessible, a portion of the trash can be better managed. Therefore, this will help reduce the carbon emission of our trash, while finding proper ways the dispose of each other element.
Paper is burnable trash.
Plastic can be eaten by micro organisms.
Toiletries might be a category of compost.
Metals might be re-welded.
Cars and Electronics will be dismantled and categorized accordingly, and disposed properly.
Miscellaneous for anyone who is mystified about the object at hand.
Food can be composted at home or at a local composter.
Of course, there will be more workers at the receiving end, to organize and categorize.
After each industry is established, the goal will be to collect all pollution and litter, until no more is left. That means, trash in the ocean, in the landfills, and on land that belongs to everyone.
By having an evolved trash system, society can better adapt to the modernizing world.
How can this be done?
A trash station will be expanded. The models of each center can vary.
There are currently 12 listed categories, therefore, there should be 12 bins for each where ever possible.
There can be a walk in aisle to dispose of like mail.
Or just regular circular bins. Any model can take place.
Category of the action
Reducing emissions from waste management
What actions do you propose?
While creating separations for trash, we should consider other textile productions for an efficient ecosystem.
Plastic is ubiquitous, yet is also economically unfriendly. The quickest solution would be to legalize hemp, a plant used as a versatile textile, known to mimic clothing, plastics, metal, and more.
It is important to create an efficient and worldwide decomposing structure for todays textiles, so that we can eliminate every uneconomical product.
By creating the most organic textiles, carbon emission will efficiently be reduced.
Who will take these actions?
By federally mandating an evolved trash system, we can efficiently manage our waste. Our carbon emission will be reduced and so will our footprint.
Each and every public establishment should have a disposable trash center for EVERY category.
Our homes should also begin to responsibly organize our trash, and hopefully, we can find a system that will be quick and efficient, almost as if it was effortless and mindless as it is now.
There should also be easy to understand instructions, to help people identify what trash goes where, on the trash bins.
Where will these actions be taken?
These actions will be taken on a state and federal level, ultimately affecting the daily lives of the citizens.