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Persuade people to produce rubbish as less as possible!

Popularity 1Viewed 836 times 2018-7-14 22:10 |Personal category:education|System category:News

China has paid high price for the heavy pollution from the rapid development of industry. In the village the government officials have arranged dozens of dust-tanks here and there along the street. But to my surprise they are full of weeds or toilet paper!  I remember that many years ago farmers used weeds to make natural fertilizer for crops which process can turn taste into treasure; You may directly burn the toilet-paper which remaining ash is also fertilizer instead rubbish! Brother told me he often uses taste plastic bags to boil water! 
So in China we should do more education job to ordinary citizens and ask them to produce rubbish as less  as possible by primarily handle them first before throwing away!

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Reply Report SEARU 2018-7-14 22:16
Rubbish are treasures in the wrong position where you place them!

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