- 2020-09-21 发布
学 海 无 涯 一．阅读理解 垃圾分类 二．阅读理解 上海首先开始垃圾分类，北京也跟上队伍了 三．阅读理解 塑料回收大突破，科学家发现可以“吃”塑料的酶 四．书面表达 建设美丽家园 一、阅读理解 If you live in Shanghai, you might have taken a “lesson” in sorting (分类) garbage, as the city introduced new garbage- sorting regulations (规章) on July 1, 2019. As China’s first city to carry out strict regulations on garbage sorting and recycling, Shanghai requires its residents (居民) to sort garbage into four categories (类别), namely recyclable, harmful, dry and wet waste. If people fail to sort their garbage properly, they can be fined up to 200 yuan. Since the regulation took effect, the amount of total daily waste in Shanghai has been reduced by an average of 15,500 tons, dropping 26 percent from the end of 2018, while the average daily weight of recyclables hits 4,500 tons, five times higher than the end of 2018, according to the Shanghai Landscaping and City Appearance Administrative Bureau. The city also rebuilt 21,000 waste-sorting stations and more than 40,000 waste bins have been updated (更新). The city’s waste collection and transportation system (运输系统) is complete, according to the bureau. “Proper waste sorting protects the environment and saves natural resources,” said Deng Jianping, director of the bureau. “Led by the central government, Shanghai is making efforts to develop long-term solutions to garbage management.” However, there have also been some problems. Some people complained that it is difficult to deal with wet garbage, as they are asked to remove wet garbage from its bag when dumping (倾倒). According to the sorting rules, the wet garbage must go in the wet waste bin and the bag must go in the dry waste bin.;2;学 海 无 涯 ;4;5;6;学 海 无 涯 The best title of the article is . How to protect our environment. A natural way to recycle plastic. Why Beijing has banned plastic items in many public places. A. How Carbios discovered a bacterial enzyme.