Water Bottles Are Made From Recyclable Polyethylene Terephthalate Plastics ( Pet )

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Water bottles are made from recyclable polyethylene terephthalate plastics (PET). Polyethylene terephthalate plastics don’t biodegrade, they photograde which means they breakdown into small fragments overtime. The fragments absorb toxins: that pollute waterways, contaminate our soil and sickens animals. A study shows that a bottle of water is more harmful as is linked to health issues like reproductive problems and different types of cancer. A lot of oil is use in the production of Water bottles. Plastic is killing the ocean and its inhabitants. When water bottles are transported they add to pollution and global warming. Tons of carbon dioxide is produce when water bottles are made.

Biodiversity is the variety of life on earth. If biodiversity is intact we would have an excellent Ecosystem. Ecosystem is a bunch of living and non-living things working together. The way human transportation effects biodiversity is by altering earth’s atmosphere. Cars and trucks emit carbon dioxide pollution by each gallon of gasoline burned. Transportation is responsible for our country’s climate changing emissions. Transportation is one of the causes for the greenhouse effect. As population increases, the number of vehicles also increases as well as pollution in the atmosphere.

The population growth model is the number of individuals in a population increases or decreases with time. This growth is measured by the rate new individuals are added to the population by birth and death rate.…

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