Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about plastic. These days, plastic is everywhere. Individuals use it nonstop for their comfort alone. Nobody is aware of the damage it is doing to our world, though.
To stop plastic pollution, we must be aware of its effects. At an early age, children should be trained to stay away from plastic. Adults should do the same for one another. Furthermore, the government has to act quickly to reduce plastic pollution before it’s too late.
One of the materials that are utilized the most is plastic. These days, from stores to everyday homes, it is everywhere. How come? Why is plastic consumption increasing rather than decreasing? The primary explanation is the low cost of plastic. Compared to other options like paper and fabric, it is less expensive. That is very typical because of this.
Second, it is quite simple to use. Practically anything, whether liquid or solid, may be made using plastic. Also, it comes in a variety of shapes that we can readily mold.
We can also observe that plastic is a non-biodegradable substance. It stays on the surface of the planet. Plastic cannot be removed from the environment, either through land or water. So, as plastic is used more and more, there will be more plastic that won’t break down. As a result, plastic pollution is increasing at an incredibly fast rate. Thank you.