Trash pollution is the worst in land because their is more trash on land then in the ocean and it does even more damage on land then it does in the ocean because its not only effecting the humans but the humans main food sources and the land that they grow the different types of agriculture on.
If we don’t have food we can’t survive and the main problem isn’t the polluting of trash, its how much trash we are actually generating because in a couple years almost all land fills Will be full and their won’t be enough space for the other rash.People have proposed solutions like recycling metals, plastics, and glass. In Hawaii, some location have places to recycle your bottle’s and cans and u can even get money for recycling your materials. That’s what I don’t get, people getting paid to recycle? And yet people still are too lazy. Its the best of both worlds because if I recycle my materials then then wont end up in our landfills and I get a few extra bucks depending on how much materials I recycle to spend on anything I want like for gas in I need.
Also people have reared materials to substitute the materials that take along time to biodegrade. Companies have created biodegradable bags and wrappers for the food items they see to make their company more green and help the environment out. Why not recycle? Well that is the global question that still can’t entirely be answered.
Trash pollution has effected the economy in many different ways. In Economics, an externalities is a cost or benefit, not transmitted through incurred by a party who did not agree to the action causing the cost r benefit.A benefit in this case is called a positive externalities or external benefit, while a cost is called a negative externalities or external cost. In these cases in a competitive market, prices do not reflect the full costs or benefits of producing or consuming a product or service, producers and consumers may either not bear all of the costs or not reap all of the benefits of the economic activity, and too much or too little of the good will be produced or consumed in terms of overall costs and benefits to society.If there exist external costs such as pollution, the good will be overproduced by a competitive market, as the producer does not take into account the external costs when producing the good. If there are external benefits, such as in areas of education or public safety, too little of the good would be produced by private markets as producers and buyers do not take into account the external benefits to others.
Here, overall cost and benefit to society is defined as the sum of the economic benefits and costs for all parties involved.