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Persuasive Anti-Recycling Essay

  • Submitted by: coolbrad102030
  • on October 22, 2010
  • Category: English
  • Length: 849 words

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I. Introduction |
    A. Attention Material (focus attention on problem): Is Recycling cost effective? Does recycling help the environment? These are the questions I asked myself as I started this essay. |
    B. Tie to Audience: You and I have been told that recycling was good for the environment. Have we ever contradicted it? Well I have and the results have truly astounded me. Look back, when have they ever given statistics in a recycling commercial? All I ever saw is people having fun in a park and beautiful views. Where was the proof? |
C. Credibility Material: After searching many sources like the competitive Enterprise Institute and the National Post, I am thoroughly convinced that we have been deceived. In this essay, I’m going to tell you what they left out, the facts about our current method of recycling. |
D. Thesis & Preview: |
(Transition into Body of Speech) |
II. Body |
    A. Main Point #1 – NeedOur current recycling method is very inefficient and dirty. |
1.(Statement of Need for Action) We need to come up with a better way to do it or none at all. |
a.(Description of Problem) Recycling today costs nearly twice as much as using a land fill. But then you think. Well if we used landfills our nation would be dirty and smelly right? No it wouldn’t… Statistics’ show that if the US made one land fill for everyone that a 10 square mile area would hold all our trash for next 10 years. The US is 3,794,083 sq miles.  |
b.(Signs, Symptoms, Effects of Problem) All the money used in recycling causes the taxes to rise and money to be drained directly from the economy. Also recycling doesn’t even always help the environment. |
c.(Example, Narrative, or Testimony) Recycling is a manufacturing process, so it has pollutants’ just like anything else. The U.S. Office of Technology Assessmentsays that it is “usually not clear whether secondarymanufacturing [such as recycling] produces less pollution per tonof material...

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