Exercise 1 is worth ten points.Background:Every major city in the United States today has landfills where the â€œtrashâ€ of municipal solid waste is buried. Some landfills have been closed while some are still in operation.Exercise:Discuss the location and names of any two landfill sites in your state. Discuss any two problems associated with these landfills. How has your state/county/city addressed these problems? List your references (at least two references are required).Exercise 2 is worth ten points.Background:Globally, plastic bags are used every day to carry items ranging from groceries to everyday household items. Though that is the trend, some counties, cities, and states in the United States and other countries around the world have banned the use of plastic grocery bags.Exercise:Discuss any two environmental, social, or health concerns associated with plastic bags. List your references (at least two references are required).Exercise 3 is worth ten points.Background:Individuals generate pounds of waste daily either at home or away from home (e.g., at work, school, hotels, eateries, and recreation areas). This translates to billions of pounds of waste in the United States alone.Exercise:Assume you are placed in charge of waste management either at your workplace or college. Discuss two possible ways in which you can cut back on the solid waste generated. List your references (at least two references are required).Exercise 4 is worth ten points.Background:Todayâ€™s technology keeps updating the electronic gadgets we use. The accumulation of televisions, computers, DVD players, cell phones, and the like have contributed to a new kind of waste called E-waste. Integrated waste management concepts advocate the three Rs of reduce, reuse and recycle.Exercise:Discuss any two commonly used electronics and how to reuse or recycle as an attempt to reduce the E-waste
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