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Recycling is a process by which waste materials are subjected to treatments that allow their transformation into new raw materials or products.
BENEFITS OF RECYCLING
The environmental benefits of recycling paper and cardboard are very diverse. For every ton of paper recycled is collected and saved two cubic meters of landfill, 140 liters of oil, 50,000 gallons of water and emission of 900 kilos of carbon dioxide (CO2), one of the greenhouse gases causing climate change.
For every ton of paper recycled is collected and saved two cubic meters of landfill, 140 liters of oil, 50,000 gallons of water and emission of 900 kilos of CO2
THE ADVANTAGES GAINED FROM RECYCLING ARE
It saves energy.
Reduced collection costs.
It reduces the volume of solid waste.
It conserves the environment and reduce pollution.
Lengthens the life of landfill systems.
There are financial rewards in the sale of recyclables.
Protecting the natural resources renewable and nonrenewable.
You save raw material in manufacturing new products from recyclable materials.
Sustainable developments compatible with environmental conservation are the keys to the future of our quality of life. These two concepts require responsible attitudes by industry and consumers.
The role forms a key part of our culture and daily activity, so a decision to consume a product that respects the environment projected an image of sensitivity and responsibility.
Recycled paper and green is the natural choice for excellence, both technical performance and environmental kindness, and in our hands is to ensure the future well-being.
IMPORTANCE OF RECYCLING
Here are some reasons why recycling is important for the world.
Helps to minimize the presence of waste materials in our communities such as glass, paper, plastic, and are reused to create new products that do not end up taking up space in a landfill somewhere.
Recycling avoids the creation of new landfills and larger.
Recycling helps preserve natural resources as important as water, timber and minerals
REDUCING IS BETTER THAN RECYCLING
The reuse and recycling are a recovery of raw materials and their introduction into production processes, but can not prevent the material sooner or later end up becoming waste. So the best strategy is prevention, especially applied to those wastes difficult to use, toxic or dangerous. The best waste will always be one who never does occur.