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One of the most powerful driving forces behind recycling is

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One of the most powerful driving forces behind recycling is the threat of legislation that would require companies that they take more responsibility for the disposal of its products.

(A) that they take more responsibility for the disposal of its products
(B) that they should take more responsibility for disposing of products
(C) having to take more responsibility for disposing of their products
(D) to take more responsibility for the disposal of their products
(E) taking more responsibility for their product’s disposal
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27 Jun 2007, 11:14
Clearly D.
correct idiom here is REQUIRE sb/sth TO+ V.

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28 Jun 2007, 04:17
from gmat point of view can we write
"for their product’s disposal " instead of "for the disposal of their products".

I mean would it be correct to say "to take more responsibility for their product’s disposal" ?

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24 Jul 2007, 23:53
alimad wrote:
9. One of the most powerful driving forces behind recycling is the threat of legislation that would require companies that they take more responsibility for the disposal of its products.

(A) that they take more responsibility for the disposal of its products

(B) that they should take more responsibility for disposing of products

(C) having to take more responsibility for disposing of their products

(D) to take more responsibility for the disposal of their products

(E) taking more responsibility for their product’s disposal

One of the most powerful driving forces behind recycling is the threat (of legislation) that would require companies to take more responsibility for the disposal of their products

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