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230 million tons of “trash” – about 4.6 pounds per person (Annenberg, 2008) Various forms exist: Plastics, glass, metals, paper, food scraps, rubber, leather, clothing, wood, and other inorganic materials (EPA, 2008). It is obvious that disposal is a serious issue. Many people don’t realize the impact that recycling can have on the world. Brief Description
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There are various sustainability plans and solutions available today. However, despite the fact that solid waste generates so many issues and challenges facing today’s society, it is a fact that not one single solution for addressing solid waste is quite adequate enough. My plan focuses its attention on the funding of increasing knowledge throughout America. Management and Sustainment Plan
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Most people throw away all these solid wastes, which get sent to landfill, instead of recycling centers where they belong, and can be manufactured once again into goods. More funding needs to be provided to educate
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This note was uploaded on 06/27/2010 for the course CJS 220 taught by Professor Z during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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