Some people claim that not enough of the waste from home is recycled. They say that the only way to recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement.

To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste?

We are now trying to minimize the effects from waste on the environment by the recycling process. Some people are for the opinion that laws be made to ensure maximized waste recycle capacity. In my opinion, it is not necessary to force people to recycle by laws.

To begin with, making official legal requirements for people to treat their waste properly can be ineffective. It is actually very hard for any administrative body to regulate the treatment of waste on the large scale, let alone on individual level. Hence, making it an obligation for everybody does not guarantee that the policy will be executed with effect and fairness for all, it may even cause misuse and mismanagement of resources and menpower.

Furthermore, there are more effective measures to increase waste recycle rate. The stem of the problem is from people's self-awareness so it is vital that governments raise awareness through education integrated programs for the young and widespread and effective propaganda for the entire population. For instance, schools should have rules stating that students who actively participate in environment protection will be praised while local communities can hold occasional environment-themed meetings.

In conclusion, using force is not the only approach to any particular problem and making rules to make people recycle more is not the sole solution to the waste problem.

"We are now trying to " : IELTS requires a formal style and so avoid "we" , so something like: For ecological reasons, there is a need to ....

"effects from waste on the environment" = pollution

"by law" is the set phrase.

" making official legal requirements for people to" -> making it a legal requirement for householders and industry to ...

"treat" in this context suggests a waste recycling and treatment plant. Householders are usually expected merely to separate household waste and dispose in the appropriate way. Industry often has more specialized issues, particularly as to recycling building waste and toxic by-products.

"... resources and manpower." : I don't see how. Some example would help to substantiate your point here.

"Furthermore, ..." : personally, I would avoid starting a new paragraph with this word. It is used to add an additional and more compelling point to the same topic or line of argument. A new paragraph starts a different one. -> There are also more .... Note that IELTS marking criteria for Band 9 cohesion stipulate that cohesion should be unobtrusive: "Furthermore" is not unobtrusive at the head of the sentence, whereas in third place "also" is.

"The stem of the problem" -> The root of the problem

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-> The problem stems from lack of awareness on the part of householders and industry, so .....

-> integrated education programs

"making rules to make people recycle " -> legislating to enforce recycling

"Hence", "To begin with" : not wrong, but the marking schema will penalize for overuse of linking adverbs at the start of the sentence. -> Making it an obligation does not automatically guarantee...

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Some people claim that not enough of the waste from homes is recycled. They say that the only way to increase/promote recycling is for governments to make it a legal requirement.

To what extent do you think laws are needed to make people recycle more of their waste?

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To begin with, making it an official legal requirements for people to treat recycle their domestic waste properly can be ineffective or even counterproductive. It is actually very hard for any administrative body to regulate enforce the treatment recycling of waste on the a large scale, let alone on an individual level. A local authority would need to make large-scale investments and install monitoring equipment as well as carry out spot checks to catch offenders. Even then, it would be difficult to ensure that the majority of waste from homes is recycles. Hence, making it an obligation for everybody does not guarantee that the policy will be executed with work effectively and be fair ness for to all. it may even cause misuse and mismanagement of resources and menpower.

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In conclusion, using the law to force people to recycle is not the only approach to tackling any particular the problem of domestic waste. Laws can be difficult and expensive to enforce, and nothing guarantees their effectiveness. A better solution would be to raise awareness through education and to provide incentives for people to recycle their domestic waste. and making rules to make people recycle more is not the sole solution to the waste problem.