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Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
Recycling waste materials
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  • 1. NARAYANA E-PROJECTS 2013
  • 2. THIS IS LIVENSONFROM 8TH E-TECHNO
  • 3. Methods of Waste Disposal: Reuse, Recovery, Recycle
  • 4. Due to pollution soil and air became contaminated……….Which Results many infectious diseases and disposal problems… And the only remedy that can be adapt is giving importance to Reducing the use and The disposal of waste
  • 5. RECYCLING MEANS THE PROCESSING OF USEDMATERIALS OR WASTE INTO NEW PRODUCT!KEY COMPONENT OF MODERN WASTE REDUCTION &THE THIRD COMPONENT OF WASTE HIERARCHY
  • 6.  Prevents waste of potentially used materials Reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials Reduce energy usage Reduce air & water pollution Recycling of a material would produce a fresh supply of the same material eg: Paper recycling
  • 7. GlassPaperPlasticsMetalsTextiles
  • 8. Biodegradable Materials Industrial Materials
  • 9. Drop off centresBuy back centresCurbside collection
  • 10. REUSE
  • 11. REUSEThis includes conventional reusewhere the item is used again forthe same function, and new-lifereuse where it is used for a newfunction.To reuse is to use an item morethan once.
  • 12. PaperRubber bandsButtonsPaper clipsEmpty food containersWater bottlesCard board boxesGift bags
  • 13. Includes any technique or method of minimizing the input of energyto an overall system by the exchange of energy from one sub-systemof the overall system with another.The energy can be in any form in either subsystem, but most energyrecovery systems exchange thermal energy in either sensible or latentform.
  • 14. Heat recovery is implemented in heat sourcesRegenerative brakeActive pressure reduction systems
  • 15. REDUCE REDUCTION MEANS TO MAKE SOMETHING SMALLERUSE SOMETHING LESS OFTEN
  • 16. How to Reduce ? Do I really want this item? How long will the item will last? Can the item be reused after I am finished with it? Is the item made from recycled materials? Is the item recyclable? How is the item packaged? Do I need a bag to transport the item?
  • 17. WHAT DO THE 3 ARROWS STANDthe Material FOR? Collection of Recyclables Manufacturing of Buy Recycled Products
  • 18. Practice the3 R’s of ManagementReduce Reuse Recycle
  • 19. THANK U

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