Many people say that we have developed into a 'throw away' culture, because we are filling up our environment with so many plastic bags and rubbish that we cannot fully dispose of. To what extent do you agree with this opinion and what measures can you recommend.

A throw-away society, goes with people' tendency of purchasing for new and unnecessary things whereas their mature items are constantly working on well, has been the hottest problem in recent years. These following paragraphs will shed light on reasons for this phenomenon as well as serious consequences it may have on individuals and environment.
On the one hand, the more scientific industry including inspection technologies develop, the more durable goods are produced. These new inventions not only attract customers with low-level of price but are also advertised to continuously improve the living standards due to its convenience. For example, plastic bags are extremely prevalent and being widely used in numerous shops for carrying groceries. Moreover, there has been a common belief among citizens that owning the latest version of stuffs will enable them to be trendy such as buying a new smartphone despite their good and perfectly working aged ones. That is why existing a dent in most people finance recently.
As a result, discharging huge amount of toxic waste has brought to the degradation of the environment. Most of the single-used items are unlikely to recycle or take years to decompose. Meanwhile, the untreated majority of this directly aggravating soil, air and water pollution. Furthermore, more natural resources would suffer from being tapped by the regular purchase for the manufactured goods. While the throw-away culture climbs the need for more materials, the earth's infinite capability will bring following generations to be on the brink of resource depletion and unsustainable development.
In conclusion, people should spread awareness of society and try to put their hands together to keep clean and tidy, at least around the place where they live. The government should put the limitation of using short-lived products in order to achieve an eco-friendly environment.
A throw-away society, goes with
people
' tendency of purchasing for new and unnecessary things whereas their mature items are
constantly
working on well, has been the hottest problem in recent years. These following paragraphs will shed light on reasons for this phenomenon
as well
as serious consequences it may have on individuals and environment.

On the one hand, the more scientific industry including inspection technologies develop, the more durable goods
are produced
. These new inventions not
only
attract customers with low-level of price
but
are
also
advertised to
continuously
improve
the living standards due to its convenience.
For example
, plastic bags are
extremely
prevalent and being
widely
used
in numerous shops for carrying groceries.
Moreover
, there has been a common belief among citizens that owning the latest version of stuffs will enable them to be trendy such as buying a new smartphone despite their good and
perfectly
working aged ones.
That is
why existing a dent in most
people
finance recently.

As a result
, discharging huge amount of toxic waste has brought to the degradation of the environment. Most of the single-
used
items are unlikely to recycle or take years to decompose. Meanwhile, the untreated majority of this
directly
aggravating soil, air and water pollution.
Furthermore
, more natural resources would suffer from
being tapped
by the regular
purchase
for the manufactured goods. While the throw-away culture climbs the need for more materials, the earth's infinite capability will bring following generations to be on the brink of resource depletion and unsustainable development.

In conclusion
,
people
should spread awareness of society and try to put their hands together to
keep
clean and tidy, at least around the place where they
live
. The
government
should put the limitation of using short-
lived
products in order to achieve an eco-friendly environment.

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