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It is evident that the increase in the production of trash has become one of the most pressing issues. Although there will undoubtedly be various consequences of this trend, authorities can take steps to alleviate these potential problems.

As the pace of generating waste is emerging at an alarming rate, several related problems can be predicted. The major rationale is that the population is booming, which leads to higher demands for consumption as well as garbage. Thus, tremendous amounts of waste rapidly accumulate and the systems of trash management are overwhelmed. Further pressure may include overuse of durable plastic. For instance, single-used products such as straws made from plastic take a decade to perfectly dispose, while every minute there are 200 straws being dumped worldwide.

However, there are numerous actions that governments could take to address the aforementioned matters. Initially, a simple choice would be for governments to make recycling mandatory. Some cognitive tasks and incentives about several methods to preserve the environment should be adopted in laws and regulations. Another feasible solution for this would be for governments to impose a tax on non-biodegradable outputs.

In conclusion, despite the overpopulation and the reckless use of non-decompose products, a host of measures including compulsory recycling as well as applying tax for single-used goods.

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Topic: Nowadays, we are producing more and more rubbish. What are the reasons for this trend and what can governments do to help reduce the amount of rubbish produced?

My essay:

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You wrote less than 220 words. The minimum is 250. You will lose points for this.



It is evident that (Useless clause - delete) the increase in the production of trash has become one of the most pressing issues. (Where is this an issue?) Although there will undoubtedly be various consequences of this trend, Be more specific. This is so general that it seems like it is a memorized clause. You will not get a good score if you use memorized text.) Landfills are nearly full, and some of the rubbish is dagnerously toxic. But authorities can take steps to alleviate these potential (wrong usage - the problems are real, today, not in the future.) problems.

As the pace of generating waste is emerging (wrong word) at an alarming rate, several related problems can be predicted. The major rationale (Lack of cohesion. You were going to write about problems, not reasons.) is that the population is booming, which leads to higher demands for consumption as well as garbage. (Higher demand for garbage? Who buys garbage?) Thus, tremendous amounts of waste rapidly accumulate and the systems of trash management are overwhelmed. Further pressure may include overuse of durable plastic. For instance, single-use used products such as straws made from plastic take a decade to completely decompose, perfectly (wrong word) dispose, (wrong word) while every minute there are 200 straws being dumped worldwide.

However, there are numerous actions that governments could take to address this situation. the aforementioned (Do not use "aforementioned". It is completely old-fashioned. Remove this word from your vocabulary. Use demonstrative pronouns - this or these.. That is what they are for. ) matters. Initially, a simple choice would be for governments to make recycling mandatory. Some cognitive (wrong word) tasks and incentives about several methods to preserve the environment should be adopted in laws and regulations. Another feasible solution for this would be for governments to impose a tax on non-biodegradable items. outputs. (wrong word)

In conclusion, despite the overpopulation and the reckless use of non- decomposable decompose (wrong word) products, a host of measures including compulsory recycling as well as taxing applying tax for single-used goods need to be implemented. (You did not write a complete sentence. It is a fragment. There is no predicate in the main clause. I added one.)