This image of a single figure speaking in the voices of many others completes the comparison of The Waste Land to Whitman’s Song of Myself and clearly illustrates the influence of avant-garde romantic style on Eliot.In his notes to The Waste Land Eliot himself (quoted here by F.R.Tiresias, the spectator to society’s sad and inevitable descent into the waste land, is also the listener who hears the voice of the thunder, and its echoing call to peace.Throughout The Waste Land, Eliot strengthens this image of a corrupted society which stands in dire need of a romantic purging, until he ends it with the Fisher-King’s statement which D.C. Fowler refers to as “a charm, the purpose of which is to break the spell of the waste land.” (Fowler 35) ...
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It is this regenerated ‘sprout’ and ‘bloom’ of poetry on the corpse of ‘the waste land’ that makes this work a ‘Modernist Classic.’ .He once remarked, “The ideal medium for poetry, to my mind, and the most direct means of social ‘usefulness’ for poetry, is the theatre.” An extremely cautious architect of various literary genres that he was, The Waste Land can be seen as an experimental amalgamation of various literary strains in a ‘whole’.The comprehensive way in which the contemporary world is portrayed in the lyrical music of The Waste Land has produced some critical opinions around the poem as an epic creation.For example, just as decay and waste run as leitmotifs in The Waste Land, a desire for regeneration pulsates in the throbbing ...
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Diversion of land for waste disposal is impossible since areas with the largest concentration of solid waste would also be the areas with serious scarcity of vacant lands.The percentage of inert, inorganic and non-biodegradable organic matter is present in adequate quantity in solid waste of Jalgaon city and as for as this quantity is concerned the use of sanitary land filling seems alternative to use as means of disposal land filling method is cheapest method of refuse disposal.Based on physical composition and characteristics of solid waste in Jalgaon city composting can effectively handle solid waste containing wet organic matter in Jalgaon city.The preferred option would be to revamp the existing collection service structure to provi...
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This results in a greater amount of industrial waste which must be disposed of.Over time, land pollution degrades the quality of not only the land in an area where waste is present, but also the quality of things growing in that land.When it is not disposed of correctly it becomes surface waste and creates land pollution.Another cause of land pollution is chemical treatment of the land.Land pollution contaminates ground water, kills animal and plant species, causes disease and more.One of the major causes of land pollution is industrialization.Waste causing pollution is caused by careless disposal of things that are thrown away including littering, and failure to recycle.
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Recycle waste materials.Waste like plastic, metals, glass and paper must be recycled and reused.This can be done by treating the waste materials with various chemicals to make them less toxic.Once the waste is treated, it can be disposed of using responsible methods.Soil pollution is again another cause of land pollution that affects not only the land, but also a lot of other things such as forest cover of a region, productivity of land in terms of agriculture, grazing etc.
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The major causes of land pollution are construction, domestic waste , industrial waste and agriculture.Some point sources of water pollution include waste products from factories, waste from sewage, waste from power plants , waste from underground coal mines and waste from oil wells.The contamination of and with different kinds of wastes is called land pollution.Pollution can be formally defined as the undesirable and unintended contamination of the environment by human activities such as manufacturing, waste disposal, burning fossil fuels etc.‘POLLUTION’, the most commonly used word in our everyday life relating to the destruction of the natural air we breathe, the water we drink and the land we live on.
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A good reading of The Waste Land must begin, then, with recognition that while it expressed Eliot's own "way" at the time, it was not intended to lay down a way for others to follow.If we listen attentively to the negations of The Waste Land, they tell us much about the poem that was missed when it was read from the affirmative point of view brought to it by its early defenders and admirers.Following Hugh Kenner's recommendation, we should lay to rest the persistent error of reading The Waste Land as a poem in which five motifs predominate: the nightmare journey, the Chapel, the Quester, the Grail Legend, and the Fisher King .Within ten years after finishing The Waste Land, Eliot recognized that the poem had made him into the leader of a...
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Indeed, even the epigraph which opens “The Waste Land” is taken directly from a Latin text called Satyricon written in the Middle Ages [source/expansion on this].The nightingale remains symbolic to this day of mourning and darkness, and her continued appearance throughout “The Waste Land” in the form of a disembodied voice calling “Jug jug jug jug jug” and “Tereu” makes the presence of tradition and myth strong in Eliot’s work while adding to the hopeless waste land that the poem portrays.Fragments of these literary works appear throughout “The Waste Land,” functioning both as a parallel to From Ritual to Romance and as a way to bind Eliot’s epic poem into the timeline of famous literary culture, paying homage to past works of art while ...
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(1998) In the above diagram, Mollison argues that individual ownership would only worsen the problem in its long term costs, though individualizing ownership to land and title would liberate access to capital and development, to a certain extent it could lead to further exploitation of the land and leading to war and wastes.So in the context of the current scenario surrounding Village B of individual ownership to the land, it would improve their situation under the de Soto model as they can: raise finance, gain capital, have legal occupation to the land and encourage productivity, than compared to a group (customary) ownership.The two government statutory governments hold high participation into the proposal to store nuclear waste from g...
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This section of The Waste Land is notable for its inclusion of popular poetic forms, particularly musical ones.The Waste Land Section III: “The Fire Sermon” .But Eliot also uses these bits and pieces to create high art, and some of the fragments The opening two stanzas of this section describe the ultimate “Waste Land” as Eliot sees it.The Waste Land Section V: “What the Thunder Said” .The Waste Land Section IV: “Death by Water” .
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For a land to be ready for any agriculture activity there should be clearing of land.For instance, in Ghana, apart for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) which has instituted some measures to help solve this menace, there is only one waste management company known as Zoom Lion Ghana LTD which is a private company which helps in waste collection.This problem is due to the fact that Ghana lacks proper waste management systems.In Ghana, sustainable development can be enhanced through strategies such as incorporating environmental protection training into each sector’s activities, encouraging the practice of organic agricultural production in model farms and gardens, planting of trees (greening), encouraging attitudinal change on wast...
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There is a sense of peace in such annihilation, but the death does not end The Waste Land.The Aristotelian Mr. Eliot: structure and strategy in The Waste Land.The Waste Land and The Love Song of J.Alfred Prufrock: A Comprative Approximation.T.S.Eliot’s The Waste Land and Other Poems: Narain’s University Series of English Literature, 1977.Lecture on T. S. Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock and The Waste Land .
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The public perception of nuclear energy and nuclear waste disposal controls a region’s acceptance of a nuclear waste site.Siting a nuclear waste unit on the Navajo reservation would benefit the country and the Navajos, but the idea is meet with reluctance because of the suspected costs to the Navajo people, the environment as a whole, and the Navajo’s land.One of the first tribes to decline a waste site was the Navajos, for the nuclear industry’s destruction of their land was still fresh in their minds.“Radioactive Waste Management.” World Nuclear Association.As environmentalism becomes the center of the debate about nuclear waste unit siting, multiple suspected costs are brought the forefront.
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Anthropogenic activities are conducted citing development, and the same affects the land drastically, we witness land pollution; by drastic we are referring to any activity that lessens the quality and/or productivity of the land as an ideal place for agriculture, forestation, construction etc.So in search of more land, potent land is hunted and its indigenous state is compromised with .Land conversion, meaning the alteration or modification of the original properties of the land to make it use-worthy for a specific purpose is another major cause.Unused available land over the years turns barren; this land then cannot be used.Sewage treatment: Large amount of solid waste is leftover once the sewage has been treated.
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It may be in different forms but if the masses can be properly informed and educated along with strict legislations, pollution can be controlled.Land Pollution .. Air Pollution is the contamination of air in the atmosphere that is important for every living being on the planet to sustain life.In order to prevent land pollution, individual should be more focused on buying bio-degradable products and the products can also be recycled, i.e.The introduction of harmful waste materials, other forms of contamination which are a hazard to the life sustaining atmosphere of the planet earth is commonly known as pollution.Insecticides, pesticides etc also harm the agricultural land and the soil.
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WASTE MANAGEMENT The purposes of this Title are: a. to set guidelines for waste management with a view to ensuring its effectiveness; b. to encourage, promote and stimulate technological, educational, economic and social efforts to prevent environmental damage and unnecessary loss of valuable resources of the nation through recovery, recycling and re-use of wastes and waste products; and c. to provide measures to guide and encourage appropriate government agencies in establishing sound, efficient, comprehensive and effective waste management.The Department of Local Government and Community Development shall promulgate guidelines for the formulation and establishment of waste management program.SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL Methods of Solid Waste ...
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Recycling is an easy and less expensive alternative to clearing more land for new landfills.Air Pollution and Water Pollution Decomposing waste often release noxious gases and chemicals as it decomposes at landfill sites.In addition, most waste is not biodegradable.Save Money and Land Space Recycling reduces trash in landfill sites, which cuts down on the cost of waste disposal and the clearing of more land for new landfills when the current landfills become too full to store any more waste.For example, it takes less energy to recycle paper from waste material than it does to create paper from new woodland, because there is no longer a need to cut down a new tree, process the wood from the tree and make it into paper.
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If animal agriculture was phased out, land used for animal grazing could be returned to forest land and some of it converted into fields for cultivating crops for humans.A United Nations report states that land used for animal agriculture, both for grazing and production of crops fed to livestock, takes up an astounding 30% of land on Earth.People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, n.d.Moore, Heather."Meat Production Wastes Natural Resources."
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Environmental pollution is contamination of air, water and land from man-made waste.Firstly is help to reduce solid waste.Land pollution is the degradation of earth’s land surfaces which often caused by human activities, misuse of the soil and the addition of undesirable matter to the land that damage the terrestrial organisms.Waste prevention, or “source reduction”, means consuming and throwing away less.The maximum environmental benefit is gained by waste minimization which reducing the amount of waste produced and reusing items in their current form such as refilling bottles.
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When the waste generated it causes financial loss to a company and problem to the environment air, water, and land.Waste is something lying unproductive, inhabited, or desolate.Waste has three forms, namely: solid wastes, liquid waste and air emission.Classification of Waste There are three major waste found in the company.They include: (a) solid waste – in PAC solid waste could consist of the following: used beaker and rags.
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Because different land types have different productivity, a global hectare of, for example, cropland, would occupy a smaller physical area than the much less biologically productive pasture land, as more pasture would be needed to provide the same biocapacity as one hectare of cropland.Bioproductivity is the ability of a biome (e.g., arable land, pasture land, forest land, productive sea) to produce biomass, which is defined as the weight of organic matter, including animals, plants and micro-organism (living and dead), above or below the soil surface.Biological capacity, or biocapacity: The capacity of ecosystems to produce useful biological materials and to absorb waste materials generated by humans, using current management schemes an...
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Organic waste constitutes about 40 percent of the household waste.The source separation of waste is critical step in waste reduction programme.With all hazardous materials removed from the waste stream, the residuals will be more inert like.It has formulated three step reduction in waste going for land filling.Home composting is the best solution for garden waste.
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In his book, “the Waste Land,” it is forced into our imagination that the world is dead; the earth is a waste land.In “the Waste Land” by Thomas Sterns Eliot, he states, “April is the cruellest month.” This is a metaphor which in my situation reflects the truth.The countryside is where they would most likely find this.The final episode of the Waste Land allows Eliot to finally establish the true wasteland of the poem, the modern city.Just like the saying goes, “I come alive on the weekends.” Then you can imagine that the soldiers that did return breathing would want to live in a place where it is peaceful and quiet.
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Land pollution is the degradation of Earth’s land surfaces often caused by human activities (industrial, commercial, domestic and agricultural) and their misuse of land resources.Land pollution is caused by the following:- .Most commonly used in the Agriculture Industry.Non – Biodegradable Waste .The three main types of pollution are: Land Pollution, Air Pollution and Water Pollution.
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Besides, they should identify the hazardous waste and manage it differently.The government should know the long term effect of this waste and not to build the school or any housing.The Superfund law was created to protect communities from heavily contaminated toxic waste sites that have been abandoned.In year 1953, Hooker Chemical and Plastics Corporation sold a land which was used for chemical waste dump to the Niagara Falls School Board for the use of building school on it.In this disaster, the government has make a big mistake by wedged the Hooker Corporation to sell the properties even thought the Hooker has demonstrate that there have hazardous waste underground.
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These waste lagoons are pro... ... middle of paper ... ...ronmentalists believe that the planet should stop producing meat and reap the benefits of putting our efforts toward growing crops that will not harm nature.Phasing out animal agriculture and replacing it with stronger, safer plant cultivation would greatly reduce pollution released into the environment as animal waste, burning fossil fuels, and contaminated water runoff.Without trees to cycle these chemicals back into nature they are trapped in the atmosphere, heating the earth and making it harder for life to flourish.The animal waste produced in factory farms is dumped into immense open-air lagoons that can cover the area of several football fields.A United Nations report state...
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Speculate on how Nevada could capture these resources to create a competitive advantage in their area.d. Hydroelectric .Write a 350- to 400-word response that considers political, social, and land-ownership issues relative to each of the following alternative energy sources: .Company executives, following several meetings, have decided to pursue waste disposal at Yucca Mountain, a short distance from Las Vegas.In light of court decisions in the 1990s regarding control of federal lands in Nevada, why would eastern politicians and nuclear power plant owners show little regard for Nevadans who oppose storage of nuclear waste in Nevada?
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•Direct disposal of waste into natural waterways causes waste to build up within the water.Land pollution that contaminates soil can also contaminate waterways.•When land pollution is bad enough, it damages the soil.We can classify the major causes of land pollution into the following categories: •Agriculture (pesticides, insecticides) .•Solid Waste Disposal .
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Did you know that recycling creates more jobs than waste disposal?Third of all, recycling will also help with the economical aspect by providing job opportunities, reducing the cost of waste disposal and also providing more land for other beneficial resources.There is local environmental, health or solid waste agencies that have information on how to properly dispose of these materials also.Also through the recycled materials, communities can offset the cost of their waste disposal and thereby reduce their expenditure.Through recycling, the communities can reduce their waste disposal costs.
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Department of Environmennt (DOE) will arranged the schedule or hazardous waste and the clinical waste is under the Ministry of Health (MOH).According to Wang et al., (2008) economic factor is important for developing countries and should be considered for solid waste landfill.Nema and Gupta (1999) proposed an improved formulation based on a multi-objective integer programming approach to reach the optimal configuration of a regional hazardous waste management system.(2001) described a method to quantify the relationship between the demand and supply of suitable land for waste disposal over time, using GIS and modeling techniques.Solid waste also is the term to describe non-liquid waste materials from the public (Nair et al., 2007).
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