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Short Essay on My Waste My Responsibility [100, 200, 400 Words] With PDF

In this lesson, I will discuss how you can write short essays on My Waste My Responsibility. Three different sets will be written in this session within different word limits.

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Short Essay on My Waste My Responsibility in 100 Words

Waste is any substance that is unwanted or unusable and gets discarded. As a nation, we generate hundreds of thousands of tonnes of waste daily.

This waste includes domestic waste like kitchen refuse, paper, plastic, sewage, detergents and other discarded things, that often does not get disposed of properly and ends up polluting and destroying arable land, rivers and lakes. If every man takes responsibility for the waste generated by himself, together we can manage waste much more effectively. Buying reusable items and recycling more can get us far.

We should also remind ourselves to always throw garbage in garbage cans and sort garbage according to labels like organic, inorganic, compost, etc., which helps the management treat them. After all, keeping the planet clean is our duty.


Short Essay on My Waste My Responsibility in 200 Words

Waste is anything that is unwanted or unusable and needs to be disposed of. Waste can be categorised as solid waste, liquid waste, organic waste, recyclable waste, hazardous waste, et cetera. As a nation, we generate hundreds of thousands of tonnes of waste daily and globally, billions of tonnes of trash is generated every year.

A large amount of this waste often does not get disposed of properly and ends up polluting and destroying arable land, rivers and lakes. It directly affects people living near garbage disposal areas as the decaying matter smells horrible, acts as a breeding ground for flies and mosquitos and can contaminate groundwater, causing dangerous diseases. Over time, this rapid increase in waste is going to render land infertile, water toxic, kill marine animals and destroy ecosystems. 

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The best way to manage waste is by taking responsibility for the waste generated by ourselves. If every man takes the responsibility for the waste he generates, we will be able to reduce, manage and treat waste much more effectively. The first step in this direction is by raising awareness and teaching people how to properly dispose of waste. Always throwing garbage in garbage cans, sorting trash according to labels like organic, inorganic, compost, etc., and being conscious about our actions is important. After all, the planet belongs to all of us and we all should do our best to keep it clean.


Short Essay on My Waste My Responsibility in 400 Words

Waste is any substance that is unwanted or unusable or has served its primary purpose and needs to be disposed of. Waste can be categorised as solid waste, liquid waste, organic waste, recyclable waste, hazardous waste, et cetera.

As a nation, we generate thousands of tonnes of waste daily and globally, billions of tonnes of trash is generated every year. This waste includes domestic waste like kitchen refuse, paper, plastic, sewage, detergents and other discarded things, that often does not get disposed of properly and ends up polluting and destroying arable land, rivers and lakes.

It directly affects people living near garbage disposal areas as the decaying matter smells horrible, acts as a breeding ground for flies and mosquitos and can contaminate groundwater, causing dangerous diseases. Contaminated air and water can travel to places far away from the disposal site and make a lot of people sick. 

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The rapid increase in waste has severely affected not just humans but other animals, plants and marine life as well. Over time, it is going to render land infertile, make water bodies full of toxic chemicals, kill marine animals and destroy ecosystems all over the planet. The best way to manage waste is by taking responsibility for the waste generated by ourselves. If all of us take it on ourselves to at least take care of the waste we generate, to reduce our consumption, reuse the things we buy and recycle as much as we can, together we can change the situation. 

For starters, we need to make people aware of the harmful effects of improper waste disposal. We need to start campaigns not just in the affluent areas, but also in suburbs, towns and villages. We also need to teach people useful and practical ways of properly disposing of their waste.

We need to teach the backward classes of our society how to identify and separate organic waste and inorganic waste, how they can use the organic waste to make compost, and what they can do with the recyclable waste. 

By making a small change in our habits, we can bring a huge change in the world. Making reduce, reuse, recycle our mantra, always throwing garbage in garbage cans, sorting trash according to labels like organic, inorganic, compost, etc., and being conscious about our actions is important. The planet belongs to all of us and we all should do our best to keep it clean. It is our responsibility and duty. 

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In this session above, I have discussed all these essays in a very simple language for a better understanding of all kinds of students. If you have liked this lesson, or if you have any queries regarding this, mention that in the comment section below. 

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