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Recycling by numbers

  1. 1. RECYCLING BY THE NUMBERS
  2. 2. RECYCLING
  3. 3. RECYCLING is a process to
  4. 4. RECYCLING is a process to change materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials.
  5. 5. RECYCLING is a process to change materials (waste) into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful materials.
  6. 6. 544,000
  7. 7. 544,000 million
  8. 8. 544,000 million
  9. 9. 544,000 Trees saved if every household in the United States replaced just one roll of virgin fiber paper towel (70 sheets) with 100% recycled onesmillion
  10. 10. 544,000 Trees saved if every household in the United States replaced just one roll of virgin fiber paper towel (70 sheets) with 100% recycled onesmillion
  11. 11. Amount of C02 NOT
  12. 12. Amount of C02 NOT released into the atmosphere each time a metric ton of glass is used to create new glass products
  13. 13. Amount of C02 NOT released into the atmosphere each time a metric ton of glass is used to create new glass products
  14. 14. Amount of C02 NOT released into the atmosphere each time a metric ton of glass is used to create new glass products
  15. 15. Amount of C02 NOT released into the atmosphere each time a metric ton of glass is used to create new glass products
  16. 16. Amount of waste material diverted away from disposal in 2005 through recycling and composting
  17. 17. Amount of waste material diverted away from disposal in 2005 through recycling and composting
  18. 18. Amount of waste material diverted away from disposal in 2005 through recycling and composting
  19. 19. 5%
  20. 20. 9 cubic yards
  21. 21. 9 cubic yards
  22. 22. 98% 98% Percentage of glass bottles in Denmark that are refillable. Of those are returned by consumers for reuse.
  23. 23. Top
  24. 24. Top 5
  25. 25. Top 5 Recycling
  26. 26. Top 5 Recycling Countries
  27. 27. Top 5 Recycling Countries Austria 49.7%
  28. 28. Top 5 Recycling Countries Austria 49.7% Germany 48%
  29. 29. Top 5 Recycling Countries Austria 49.7% Germany 48% Norway 40%
  30. 30. Top 5 Recycling Countries Switzerland 52% Austria 49.7% Germany 48% Norway 40%
  31. 31. Top 5 Recycling Countries Switzerland 52% Austria 49.7% Germany 48% Norway 40% Netherlands 46%
  32. 32. The Global Face of Recycling
  33. 33. India
  34. 34. India In Dharavi, India, many people make a living by creating their own recycling factories. It is estimated that the self-made recycling industry employs roughly 200,000 people. It’s not merely taking care of waste, but away of life and a source of income.
  35. 35. India In Dharavi, India, many people make a living by creating their own recycling factories. It is estimated that the self-made recycling industry employs roughly 200,000 people. It’s not merely taking care of waste, but away of life and a source of income. India recycles roughly 40% of their e-waste a year
  36. 36. Europe Austria takes the cake by recycling roughly 60% of its waste
  37. 37. Europe Austria takes the cake by recycling roughly 60% of its waste The United Kingdom recycles roughly 17.7% of its waste. Ireland, Italy, and Portugal are around the same percentage
  38. 38. Africa
  39. 39. Africa The glass recycling company has partnered with the government and glass manufacturers in South Africa in an attempt to increase the current glass recycling rate. This partnership increased recycling rates from 148,000 tons to 183,000 tons of glass recycling in roughly a year and a half
  40. 40. South America
  41. 41. South America In Brazil, nearly 500 cooperatives employ approximately 500,000 recycling collectors. This is $3 Billion industry.
  42. 42. South America In Brazil, nearly 500 cooperatives employ approximately 500,000 recycling collectors. This is $3 Billion industry. 50% of the 140,000 tons are trash generated daily in Brazil is recycled.
  43. 43. South America In Brazil, nearly 500 cooperatives employ approximately 500,000 recycling collectors. This is $3 Billion industry. 50% of the 140,000 tons are trash generated daily in Brazil is recycled. Chile opened its 1st electronic scrap recycling facility in 2005.
  44. 44. South America In Brazil, nearly 500 cooperatives employ approximately 500,000 recycling collectors. This is $3 Billion industry. 50% of the 140,000 tons are trash generated daily in Brazil is recycled. Chile opened its 1st electronic scrap recycling facility in 2005. Peru opened its 1st recycling plant in 2007, which processes plastic packaging
  45. 45. china Japan
  46. 46. The citizen of China diligently collect recyclables off the street are numbered around 2.5 million people. These crap collectors earn the equivalents of $150 a month which is roughly half of what a cab driver earns in that country in the same time frame.
  47. 47. The citizen of China diligently collect recyclables off the street are numbered around 2.5 million people. These crap collectors earn the equivalents of $150 a month which is roughly half of what a cab driver earns in that country in the same time frame. It is estimated that 20% of the countries waste is disposed of improperly in China.
  48. 48. The citizen of China diligently collect recyclables off the street are numbered around 2.5 million people. These crap collectors earn the equivalents of $150 a month which is roughly half of what a cab driver earns in that country in the same time frame. It is estimated that 20% of the countries waste is disposed of improperly in China. In Japan, recycling is a $360 billion dollar industry.
  49. 49. The citizen of China diligently collect recyclables off the street are numbered around 2.5 million people. These crap collectors earn the equivalents of $150 a month which is roughly half of what a cab driver earns in that country in the same time frame. It is estimated that 20% of the countries waste is disposed of improperly in China. In Japan, recycling is a $360 billion dollar industry. Beijing has built the world’s largest recycling facility and continues to install recycling bins.
  50. 50. The citizen of China diligently collect recyclables off the street are numbered around 2.5 million people. These crap collectors earn the equivalents of $150 a month which is roughly half of what a cab driver earns in that country in the same time frame. It is estimated that 20% of the countries waste is disposed of improperly in China. In Japan, recycling is a $360 billion dollar industry. Beijing has built the world’s largest recycling facility and continues to install recycling bins. Beijing hopes to increase their recycling rate from 10% to 80% by 2010.
  51. 51. Charlotte Guillan(27, February 2008), " Reusing and Recycling (Help the Environment) Nuria Roca and Rosa M. Curto (Feb 1, 2007), Backpack Jack and Hard Hat Harry (Feb 12, 2008), Reference The Three R's: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle All About Garbage & Recycling
  52. 52. CONCLUSION THINK ABOUT NATURE. REDUCE , REUSE , AND RECYCLE. IT’S IN OUR HANDS TO ASSURE A BETTER FUTURE FOR OUR CHILDREN AND LEAVE THE WORLD AS IT WAS BEFORE ARRIVED.
  53. 53. Azah Aziza Binti Abdul Halim 2011876076 BM 111 5B Creative And Critical Thinking (MGT315) Miss NorulHuda Tajuddin Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. Better you , Better world.

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