People, the Waste from Homes to Recycling & the Responsibility of Law
Perhaps, the role of governments to regulate laws and codify customs in order to increase recycling is a vastly accepted attitude nowadays. It seems while such a new-found solution works in collaboration with some persuasive behaviors to recycle the waste from homes, the functional instructions defied by laws and regulations play phenomenally without any doubts.
Some lawyers and legal academics have struggled to define the impact of laws on some factors influencing the deep perspective entitled:” Sustainable Development” containing recycling process. First and foremost, the sheer volume of waste created by industries has captured public attention in recent decades. It is likely to attract as one of the most time, money and energy consuming phenomena in the near future. It, thus, is not easy to control the changing rate of carelessness about its dire consequences on human life without enough attention to the vital role of governmental laws and instructions. Therefore, it is widespread to bypass the laws and senior officials by local public and private managers and breaking them, whereas they are likely to decrease their industries’ interests or productivity. In Germany, the UK and the USA, a myriad of examples have been observed about how breakable the local norms are to restrict industries and they are not successful to control the environmental pollution including industrial waste, in favor of incorrect regulation. As a result, it is a vital role of states to regulate applicable instructions and codify customs to prevent industries from prioritizing their benefits instead of public interests and general policies preserving the nature.
In addition, policy makers and legal professions strongly accord with the principal role of the governments to encourage people in order to categorize recycled goods to manage them more sufficiently. Such a so-called black gold has been considered to promote national industrial productivity. This phenomenal achievement needs a formidable strategy dictated by the states as it is well practiced in countries like Sweden.
The governments must prepare educational programs for universities, colleges, scientific and research centers in order to improve the public level of knowledge about such an important need. Undoubtedly, TV shows, magazines, newspapers and other kinds of media play a robust function to persuade people and teenagers to behave as a useful citizen to protect environmental assets. All strategies mentioned above are necessary to work shoulder to shoulder with people to design a practical plan in terms of recycling process. It is not possible to be achieved, unless regulations and laws have been restructured in order to reach predesigned targets.
Having cited above points, I strongly believe in the idea that people and their states must respect and insure to respect about the high importance of the laws and regulations in order to manage all recycling waste from out of the homes to using them as such priceless assets.