It is often argued that domestic waste has not been recycled enough for past few decades even though the drastic effects of poor recycling attempts appears to be true nowadays. While lack of time and space are major impediments to this trend, maintaining stringent environmental standards through proper waste disposal can mitigate the implications associated with less recycling efforts.
Having less time for domestic waste materials to recycle has been the most obvious reason that I can see. In general, it is widely known that a vast majority of people are bound to their work commitments and family responsibilities as a fact. This has led many people to ignore the responsibility of taking care of the environment over their endless deadlines at the work place, resulting less motivation for preserving reusable items. Moreover, most of the civilians have the tendency to appreciate the throw away culture being constant buyers enjoying consumerism, particularly when people are pressed for time. This literally means that when you do not have enough time to clean and dry reusable items you tend to discard them and buy new items, resulting accumulation of piles of wastes. For instance, there are many glass and plastic containers which can be used after cleaning well if people have time to maintain them and there is no need of purchasing same thing. Nevertheless, many people are living in confined spaces which is not even healthier for their inhabitation keeping recycling out of the question. These evidence show what poor decisions they have to make in order to survive leaving the importance of waste management behind.
However, governments are able to mitigate the negative consequences of dumping household garbage which could be either organic or non-organic. States, in my opinion, are responsible for alleviating the issues which stems from improper waste disposal methods. One single overriding measure which can be implemented by authorities is to deliver waste bins to the people who are unable to afford them and reward them through financial intensives once they have completed their task and responsibility. If the governments supplied waste collecting bins or containers to the household, they would treat the waste properly targeting at rewards even though they do not have much time to deal with this matter. Another measure which can be taken by government bodies is to provide workers who can work with individual families to manage household waste products byv collecting them and transporting them to suitable destinations where wastes could undergo proper treatments. These encouraging steps would be beneficial in order to tackle problems arising from waste items.
In conclusion, even though domestic recycling programmes have not been effective and efficient past days due to the fact that compacted living areas, tight working schedules which prevent people from recycling, there are many ways to address this issue such as provision of facilities for optimum recycling outcomes and rewarding public with economical benefits. If the governments had considered these measurements beforehand, the environment would not have been suffered much as we could see current days.