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Plastic Pollution
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Plastic pollution its consequences, impacts and solutions

Teaching is passion and learning from learners that what i believe is the best way of learning.Pursuing my Masters .Appeared 4 UGC and ibps

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Awsm and very much helpful... Thank u sir Sir i m preparing for ibps this year.. So pls recommend some magzines also to cover the GA portion so that English will also become better with that
Kapil Kathpal
2 years ago
Personally I have never read any magazine for covering GA portion while preparing for bank exams at my time, But I would suggest you to read any one English newspaper preferably The Hindu on daily basis so that you can easily cover your GA portion and it will make your english better. But you need to do selective reading of Hindu newapaper. Though its my personal opinion,that what i used to do, However you may follow the way you like. :) Hope you got your answer :) and stay tuned as there are lots of thing I am going to add through my other courses very soon.. :)

  2. WHAT IS PLASTIC??? The term "Plastics" includes materials composed of various elements such as carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine and sulphur Plastics are macromolecules, formed by polymerization and having the ability to be shaped by application of reasonable amount of heat and pressure or another form of forces. . Plastics, depending on their physical properties, may be classified as thermoplastic or thermosetting plastic materials.

  3. SOURCES OF WASTE After food waste and paper waste, plastic waste is the major constitute of domestic and industrial waste in cities. APPROX. 34% PAPER AND CARDBOARD WASTE APPROX.30% ORGANIC WASTE 17% PLASTIC WASTE APPROX. 5% APPROX 6% METALS GLASS

  4. Economic growth and changing consumption and production patterns are resulting into rapid increase waste plastics in the world Even the cities with low economic growth have started producing more plastic waste due to: .plastic packaging, . plastic shopping bags, PET bottles . and other goods/appliances using plastic as the major component

  5. 20 more plastic is produced today than 50 years ago. The world's annual consumption of plastic materials has increased from around 5 million tonnes in the 1950s to nearly 100 million tonnes. This implies that on: More resources are being used to meet the increased demand of plastic, and more plastic waste is being generated Due to lack of integrated solid waste management (ISWM), most of the plastic waste is neither collected properly nor disposed of in appropriate manner to avoid its negative impacts on environment and public health

  6. Rapid population growth, urbanization and industrial growth have led to severe problem of waste generation in urban centres. The waste quantities increased from 46 million tones in 2001 to 65 million tones in 2010. it has been estimated that per capita per day production will increase to 0.7 kg in 2050 The carac of waste depends on various factors such as food habits, traditions, lifestyle, climate... Etc

  7. . The plastic, nowadays, biggest enemy of the planet we live on. Single-use bags, both paper and plastic, represent a huge threat to the environment. Single-use plastic bags are also well known for their interference in ecosystems and the part they play in flood events, where they clog pipes and drains. Everyone should try helping Earth live longer, starting with recycling the plastic bags we buy from everyday stores

  8. Bangladesh has banned the plastic bags, China has banned the free plastic bags, Ireland was the first European country which put tax on the plastic bags (in 2002), in that way, they have cut down the consumption with 90%. Rwanda, Israel, Canada, West India, Botswana, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Taiwan and Singapore have banned the plastic bags. So, instead of throwing the plastic bags away, you can recycle them, and all the plastic will be reused. s t op uS InC plastic b a g s

  9. In China, plastic bags were used to make a monster. The project is one of the Jane Goodall institute and it was made to open the eyes of the public on this important matter (we all know that in China makes billions of tons of rubbish). "Waste plastic bags and they'll come back to hunt you!" was the slogan used by them

  10. Besides the fact that they are polluting the enviroment, plastic bags are always contamined with dangerous bacterias which may make you sick. "Reusable bags are often full of dangerous bacteria like Salmonella, Looks like reusable bags are the perfect place to develop microorganisms, as they are always full of food and rarely washed. The bacteria's that may be developed by the bags are a bigger threat to young children than adults because they are more vulnerable. Salmonella