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Annually, the amount of municipal waste that is produce globally is over 328 million tons and only 34% ends up being recycled. The amount of pollution in the world is at an exceptionally high levels across the globe as a response to the high consumer demand and the overproduction of our natural resources/ materials such as plastics, glass, metals, paper, wood. One of the largest contributors that produces the largest amount of plastic waste across the globe is China with it having the highest population China produces 59.08 million tons of plastic waste annually per year. As a response to the over production of materials the global climate change is shifting dramatically, and natural our resources are becoming even more scare than ever. The effects of plastic pollution on our aquatic wildlife goes as follows: Entanglement caused by plastic rope and netting and some abandoned fishing gear and ingestion which frequently happens unintentionally or indirectly by ingestion of prey already exposed to plastic. The ingestion impacts their health immensely ultimately leading to death. Most products when they are being designed from the very beginning with the main intention for short term use but, most products from companies do not consider the after effects of their disposal. Some examples are food containers, straws and plastic cutlery. Products that are produced are not designed to be reused for later use or to be biodegradable are the only few items are accounted for to be recyclable and ecofriendly

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