OUTLINE

  • A general overview of the current situation in US

  • Strong thesis statement (Road map)

Eliminationand Reduction of plastic bottles

  • Actions

  • Use Alternative products

  • Types of plastics, representative products and the alternative available

  • Benefits of recycling

  • Disposing of plastic

Publiceducation

  • Workshops

  • Seminars

  • Government agencies

  • Rewards and incentives

Governmentpolicies

  • Current laws regarding preservation of our environment

  • Recommendation

Conclusion

  • Restatement of thesis statement

  • Making general conclusions

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