Mrs. Darby\SCI 256
University of Phoenix
March 12th 2013
Keywich, a small but wonderful city in Casedonia, Eastern Europe. A city where beauty lays in everything you see. That was up until recently. Now, I have the pleasure as city council chairman to deal with this unexpected environmental change that is happening to our great city. With the new factories, came new businesses, with the new businesses came more people, more people more resources get used, more land gets developed and with the development of land for houses we lose a lot of valuable resources such as trees and water. Without those and without a solution to the problems and without a plan in place, we will destroy our once beautiful city. Counsel men and counsel women I urge you stand beside me and follow me to see our city grow, but grow with the knowledge that we as their leaders did all we could to the best of our ability took the necessary steps to correct the issues at hand and put a plan in place to curb future issues. In Aug. 2007, I commissioned a company by the name of Rontech to do some environmental pollution research to determine what steps need to be taken, that can curb, cut back and stop air, water, and soil pollution. Rontech, will also consult us on ways to reduce waste and manage it better. We will look at bio, and non-bio ways to reduce our waste. They will also help with finding ways to be more energy efficient to reduce money spent on outside energy sources. That means the excess money saved can go towards future projects to strengthen our infrastructure. I compiled all the research material collected by Rontech and came up with what is the best course of action to take against these issues. The first phase consist of passing legislation to install pollution control devices in factories. Provide tax incentives to factories that meet the ideal emission standards. This is very expensive and I can understand companies are upset because...
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