Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than governments, should pay the bill of pollution. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than governments,
should pay the bill of pollution. To what extent do you agree or disagree?


[shc_shortcode class=”shc_mybox”]

Environmental pollution is a burning issue these days and to save our planet Earth, it has to
be tackled on a war footing. Some individuals are of the opinion that businesses and
individuals should pay for the bill of pollution rather than the governments. Although it
seems reasonable to ask them to do so, it would not be easy. Therefore, I disagree with the
above statement. In the following paragraphs, I shall put forth my arguments to support my
views.

First of all, it may not be possible to say who is to blame. For instance, in my home town,
there is a sugar mill, a starch mill and a textile mill. All are adding to pollution in their own
way. It would be very difficult to pin point the extent to which each one has to pay for
pollution. Such businesses will find loopholes to avoid heavy bills. Therefore, the
government should take the onus of handling the pollution costs.

Secondly, the big companies may be unwilling to accept the responsibility of paying the
additional bill of pollution by saying that they are already paying heavy taxes to the
government. They could also argue that they are assisting the governments indirectly by
aiding many charity organizations.

Moreover, in places where governments have tried this policy and successfully prosecuted
the companies who violated the law, it took years to get the result. Therefore, it would be
very unpractical to make companies and individuals to pay the bill of pollution. The
governments could, however, make it mandatory for companies to set up effluent
treatment plants and subsidize them greatly so as to increase compliance of the companies
to set them up.

To put it in a nutshell, I pen down saying that, pollution is a serious issue and the
government should not leave it to the individuals and companies to pay its bill. It can
however, make it mandatory for the companies to set up effluent treatment plants so that
pollution is minimised.

Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than

Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than

Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than

Some people argue that companies and private individuals, rather than

[/shc_shortcode]

 

Leave a Reply

IELTS FEVER © 2016-2017 Frontier Theme