You're going to be asked to propose a solution for dealing with an environmental issue, and in order to come up with a thorough approach, you're going to need to:
Let's take a look at a situation that's currently happening right here near campus, and then make some notes on this spreadsheet..
Rubber debris litters miles of Puyallup River after artificial turf was used in dam project without permit Seattle Times, August 28, 2020
"In black waves, drifts and bands, crumbs of rubber are polluting miles of the Puyallup River after a spill at a dam project last month.
Rubber debris already is likely more than 40 miles downriver in Puget Sound. The pollution is the result of unpermitted use of thousands of yards of artificial turf by the dam’s owners while reconstructing parts of the dam."
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