Now that we are so fully aware of the typhoon's aftermath, agencies that usually takes care of the proper waste management are booting their stuff now, big time. They had too, for there are so many things to take care of when it comes to garbage collecting. In fact, all the remains of the flood were just plain trash of all kinds. And those who truly cared can't help but wonder why it has to this way. When all we need to know is the proper handling of garbage and recycling. If only the government gives enough time to focus on the waste management matter, maybe, flood wouldn't be a huge problem at all. Oh well, maybe this is now the time to start making the people know the importance of proper waste disposal since the effect are just about everywhere now, major effect actually. I think, creating ads on on how to do it the right way is a project that government must create in order for the majority of the people be aware and practice as soon as possible. Maybe it's not too late, I believe we still have time to practice proper waste disposal and recycling. After all what happened? truly a lesson learned.
**written in association with waste management experts