Removing The Waste Crystal Rahming

Recycling needs to be mandated by the representative Brent Symonette in the Yamacraw constituency, in order for the mass amounts of trash to be eliminated.

More effort needs to be put in educating Bahamian people about reusing their waste.

Many plastic bottles are being left on the streets and beaches, which is the cause of most of the waste.

Garbage rimming over in trash cans create an eye-saw for people passing by, especially for the tourist visiting The Bahamas.

The individuals who are in power are the ones who have the authority to change this situation.

Volunteers or government workers need to start cleaning up the trash.

Place recycling bins in offices, public places, and homes.

All of these actions will eventually lead in making The Bahamas a cleaner and healthier community.


Created with images by rmoriz - "Trash" • TimothyJ - "SC Recycles" • slgckgc - "Got Recycling?" • Hans - "plastic bottles bottles recycling" • m01229 - "NYC garbage can" • kevingessner - "Trash Pile" • imo.un - "International Maritime Prize" • USAG-Humphreys - "AK Plaza Cleanup Day - U.S. Army Garrison Humphreys, South Korea - 15 September 2012" • UofSLibrary - "Recycling Bins 2010" • lgoub - "Nassau Streets"

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