What is meant by recycle of waste materials?

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Recycle of waste materials

When you thing about recycle of waste materials, have you ever bothered checking your daily waste disposal bags? Just to see if what all you are throwing away is actually a waste or it can be recycled in some way or the other. Most of us don’t think so or would consider that what we… Read more »

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle: Key Steps to a Healthy Environment

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reduce, reuse and recycle

With the never-ending population growth and the industrial development of countries, waste disposal management has become a rising challenge. Waste management is quite essential for a pollution free environment and for this, people should have the trash from their homes transported and dump in the places far away from the city. Instead of open dumping,… Read more »

e-Recycling: Why we must and how we can

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Andrew Del Prado argues that society’s attitude to e-recycling (recycling eletronic gadgets) is lagging far behind our desire to create the technology in the first place, and tells the Ecologist how his organisation is trying to combat this trend….. The fast progress of the market of electronics comes with the… Read more »

Cutting Down Trees Facts | Graphs.net

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See on Scoop.it – Green Living Every year 3 to 6 billion trees are cut down. The lumber from these are then distributed amongst industries. 46% of the lumbers is consumed by the energy industries, 42% by non-lumber industries and 11% by construction industries. 5.6% of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) is made up of salvageable woods. In… Read more »