During my walkabouts around to city to do my errands or take pictures for my blog, I often return home disappointed and visibly irritated due to the amount of waste I see scattered everywhere; (e.g., parks, streets, streams, beaches, sidewalks, rivers, and so on and so forth). We have to put an end to this trend of littering which is contaminating our environment.
Many of our rivers, streams and beaches are so polluted they are off-limits for human use. The fish is polluted as well, and not safe for human consumption. When are we going to stop this irrational behavior that will eventually lead to a collective environmental suicide?
Fortunately, there seems to be a small light at the end of this long and dark tunnel. At the Coastal Strip, I noticed several trash containers specially designed to recycle debris. I spotted stainless steel containers for plastics, paper, metals, glass and organic matter. I wish this trend would spread throughout the country to insure that our communities learn the value of clean environments and therefore, a healthier life for our population. Am I day dreaming? Good Day.