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Saturday, May 16, 2015

Recyling and Waste-Removals

Recycling has now become a necessity rather than a trend that first. With reduced resources and increased raw material costs and landfill, recycling seems to be an easy way to treat and save money for our community.
Recycling involves processing used materials and resources into new products that can be reused. This led to the reuse of scarce resources, waste prevention useful materials, and reduce energy use and pollution. Recycling is the third component of the "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" waste hierarchy.
Although almost all of the waste material can be recycled, there are some good easier to recycle or need to be recycled because they are more of a threat to the environment. These materials and methods used to recycle them are listed below.
o Aggregates and concrete: These items were destroyed along with the brick, asphalt, soil and stone. This is then used as gravel for new projects.O Battery: The battery has helped to make our lives very easy, but they have remained a major problem. Most of them contain toxic heavy metals and thus making them difficult to recycle and need to be recycled at the same time. Lead acid batteries are usually recycled successfully.Biodegradable waste o: Composting is the way to go for biodegradable waste. Kitchen waste and garden waste should be placed in a compost pile to allow it to grow into a natural fertilizer.o Glass: Glass recycling is quite easy. Glass used crushed and added to a mixture of raw materials in the melting furnace. This mixture is then blown or molded to produce new glass products

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