It’s no doubt that university campuses will produce a large amount of rubbish everyday, however, there are fewer college students paying attention to its classification.
Factually waste separation is vital to create an environment-friendly campus. Firstly, waste separation does great contribution to the environmental protection. Since some of waste is recyclable, while other is unrecyclable, if all the students could voluntarily differentiate recyclable rubbish from unrecyclable rubbish, the risk of the environmental pollution will be greatly reduced. Secondly, waste separation could save a lot of energy and time on its processing.
With the rapid increase in the amount of rubbish at the campus, rubbish classification does not permit of any delay. On the one hand, as the well- educated people, college students should act as hosts of the universities and separate waste from this moment in their daily life. On the other hand, university authorities should strengthen students’ awareness of environmental protection and suide students to separate waste in a reasonable way. (166 words)
Rubbish sorting has long been discussed but is not strictly carried on inmany cities. In my city, there are indeed two dustbins in every publicrubbish collecting place. One labeled “recyclable” and the other “unrecyclable”. But people don’t sort their domestic rubbish before throwingthem away. They just throw the whole bag of rubbish in any one of the bins.And the rubbish workers don’t care about it either. They just pour all binsof rubbish into one rubbish vehicle and drive away. The recyclable rubbishis always collected by many waste pickers. In my opinion, we’d betterseparate harmful rubbish from others, such as batteries. In fact, smallplastic bags are the biggest headache. They will give off harmful smokewhen burning. I think people should be require to pour their rubbish intothe bins and leave the plastic bags in another bin for special process.
厨房里的果壳， 菜叶， 残羹剩饭等，用绿色塑料容器收集。
纸， 塑料， 玻璃， 织物和金属等，用蓝色塑料容器收集。
报废的电池， 过期的药品， 油漆桶， 水银温度计， 荧光灯灯管和日用化学品等，用红色塑料容器收集。
Garbage is divided into four categories： ♢ Garbag that can not be recovered and used. Kitchen husk, leaves, leftovers , etc. collected with green plastic containers. ♢ Waste that can be recovered and used. Paper, plastic, glass, fabric and metal, etc., are collected in blue plastic containers. ♢ Toxic and hazardous waste. Scrap batteries, expired medicines, paint buckets, mercury thermometers, fluorescent tubes and household chemicals, etc., are collected in red plastic containers. ♢ Other rubbish, collected in gray or yellow plastic containers.