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WHAT IS RECYCLING?RECYCLING is processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful ...
RECYCLEis the third ‘R’ of the mobius loop   DUCE   USE   CYCLE
 INCREASE  IN POPULATION RISE IN DEMAND FOR GOODS FAST DEPLETING NATURAL  RESOURCES LESS ENERGY REQUIRED FOR  RECYCLING
Waste generated is disposed byLANDFILL       INCINERATION
PROCESS of RECYCLING Collection Segregation Processing and  Remanufacturing Purchase and Use
WaterPaperAluminiumElectronic wasteGlassPlasticPaintScrap
RECYCLINGPaper                           Aluminium35% less water pollution                           Requires only 5% of e...
RECYCLING                           WaterElectronic waste                           FiltrationMechanical shredding andsepa...
Financial Benefits    Conservation of                       ResourcesMake money selling   1 million ton of steel recyclab...
Energy saving    Jobs creationIt requires less     10,000 tons of   energy to           waste:   manufacture   recycled go...
Environmental Protection   Reduced contamination from landfills   Reduced pollution   Reduced environmental impact from...
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  1. 1. WHAT IS RECYCLING?RECYCLING is processing used materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful material
  2. 2. RECYCLEis the third ‘R’ of the mobius loop DUCE USE CYCLE
  3. 3.  INCREASE IN POPULATION RISE IN DEMAND FOR GOODS FAST DEPLETING NATURAL RESOURCES LESS ENERGY REQUIRED FOR RECYCLING
  4. 4. Waste generated is disposed byLANDFILL INCINERATION
  5. 5. PROCESS of RECYCLING Collection Segregation Processing and Remanufacturing Purchase and Use
  6. 6. WaterPaperAluminiumElectronic wasteGlassPlasticPaintScrap
  7. 7. RECYCLINGPaper Aluminium35% less water pollution Requires only 5% of energy74% less air pollution use to make new Al
  8. 8. RECYCLING WaterElectronic waste FiltrationMechanical shredding andseparation Reverse osmosisCryogenic decomposition ozonation
  9. 9. Financial Benefits  Conservation of ResourcesMake money selling 1 million ton of steel recyclables recycled saves 1.3 million tons iron ore 7,18,000 tons coal 62,000 tons limestone
  10. 10. Energy saving Jobs creationIt requires less 10,000 tons of energy to waste: manufacture recycled goods Incinerated- 1 job Landfilled – 6 jobs Recycled – 36 jobs
  11. 11. Environmental Protection Reduced contamination from landfills Reduced pollution Reduced environmental impact from mining or extracting fresh raw materials
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