Recycling is a physical and/or chemical process that recovers the basic
material in a product for reuse as a new or different product.
Reusing and recycling are natural survival strategies for many people in
the developing world.
material such as bins, bags and containers undergoes a different process
on its route along the recycling trail.
recycling focuses on container glass. Glass manufacturers regularly use
recycled glass in the production of new containers with percentages of
recycled material ranging from 7%-50%, depending on the manufacturer.
containers can be made from recycled steel or aluminum. Recycling metal
containers is environmentally friendly and easy.
recycled aluminum to make aluminum cans saves 95% of the energy compared
to producing aluminum cans from ore.
Newspaper, white paper, mixed paper, cardboard, and telephone books can
be recycled. White paper is the most valuable because of its quality and
versatility. The process for creating new products from recycled paper
plastics revolution, however, has permanently changed the way healthcare
is delivered by providing less expensive, disposable products for a
multitude of purposes and procedures.
Although disposables, such as single-use needles and syringes, minimize
the risk of cross-contamination, plastics inadvertently also have
increased healthcare costs for waste removal and environmental pollution
resulting from incineration.
most obvious benefit of reprocessing is the potential for cost savings.
Recycling demands lengthy transport, which also affects the environment.
In France waste transport accounts for 20 per cent of all goods
transport. It is estimated that half the cost of recycling a tonne of
waste is transport-related.
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