For the general public, recycling is the process by which waste products are re-used. However, the collection is just the beginning of the recycling process.
Recycling is any "process where waste materials are collected and processed into new materials that can be used or sold as new products or raw materials."
What can I recycle?
Almost 90% of household waste is recyclable, so it's important we separate trash in our house and deposited in suitable containers. There are containers of paper and cardboard, organic materials, glass, brass, aluminum cans, tin cans, etc
The objectives of recycling!!! Conservation and energy efficiency. · Conservation or natural resource savings. · Decrease the volume of waste to be disposed. • Protection of the environment
· By recycling we can: Save resources · Reduce pollution. · Lengthens the life of materials even with different uses. · Save energy. Avoids deforestation. • Reduce 80% of the space debris to become litter. • To help make it easier to garbage collection. • Seek to not produce tons of garbage daily that ends buried in landfills. · Living in a cleaner world.
By using recycled materials in production processes, it saves large amounts of nonrenewable natural resources. They can also save renewable resources like trees. The use of recycled products reduces energy consumption and use less fossil fuels would generate less CO2 and thus will be less acid rain and reduce the greenhouse effect.
Recycling can generate many jobs. You need a large workforce to collect materials suitable for recycling and for classification. A good recycling process is able to generate income. The recycling of paper, plastic, organic waste and metals are the most common, but there are many other processes that we know and exploit.