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Learning about Recycling

Hello, I am Evan Nadal. When I first started recycling, we placed each of the materials in separate bins. Sometimes, separate trucks would come pick up the cardboard, glass and plastic materials. Today, we can simply place all of the items in a single bin for the truck to pick up each week. The materials are automatically sorted at the facility. After the preparation and processing procedure, the new materials are shipped out to manufacturers that create new packaging and products from those supplies. I want to explore the recycling process from beginning to end on this site. I will talk about manufacturing with recycled materials as well. Please visit my site daily to learn more.


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Learning about Recycling


How To Recycle Your Old Electronic Equipment And Why You Should

Smartphones, tablets, and computers make our lives more efficient and enjoyable, but they have a dark side. They have short lifespans, especially if you always want the latest and best technology. Since many people buy new phones and other electronic equipment every few years, there's a developing problem with handling electronic waste that didn't exist just a few decades ago. Recycling is part of the answer, so here's why e-waste recycling is important and tips for how to do it.

How & Why To Recycle Different Types Of Batteries

Batteries are a very useful invention. They allow us access to power without having to be connected to the grid. The truth about batteries though is that although they are a great invention, many of the materials contained in batteries are not good for the environment, especially when just thrown in the landfill. If you use batteries of any kind, you need to make sure that you recycle your batteries, not just throw them into the trash.

How A Waste Audit Will Help Your Business

As a business, you are responsible for taking care of the waste you generate in a responsible manner. Depending on your industry, there may even be state and federal guidelines you must follow concerning waste management. Every business should be concerned with managing their waste. One way to better understand how to control your waste is through a waste audit. #1 Figure Out How Much Waste You Make The first thing a waste audit will do is help you figure out how much waste you generate at your business.