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    Recycling around the around has been implemented for more than a decade now, especially here in the United States. Recycling materials, such as plastic and aluminum, can help demonstrate a practical way in keeping the environment healthy and clean. People who accompany in this practice of recycling can change the outlook by encouraging others and future generations in saving the earth. In other countries, there are methods and policies in maintaining an orderly fashion to promote a sustainable community. While U.S residents are already familiar with recycling programs in the local regions, other countries’ recycling methods will be approached to better understand their ways to sustain the environment. In the U.S, the majority of our waste…

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    The need for the grey water recycling system seems to be more essential to the life on this earth than ever before. This is the fourth consecutive year that California has been in a severe drought and things don’t seem to be bettering. Due to prior ineffective methods of recycling water the U.S has experienced pollution in our large bodies of water, job losses, clueless water waste, and . This is why the use of the grey water system can more efficiently, reduce the amount of fresh water used…

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    you know that recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for three hours (Thinkcans, n.d.) Recycling is important in today’s world. At the rate we are exploiting the materials, I’m afraid that the world might end soon due to lack of resources. Today I will discuss the importance of recycling and how we can do our part. I will be covering why there is a need to recycle, how we can recycle and the pros and cons of recycling. Recycling should not be an option for the people.…

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    are creating exciting new markets and completing a loop,” says Kate Warner (Shulman). Recycling is a practice familiar to mankind since 400 B.C, though the word itself can trace its origin back to 1922 in regards to industrial processes and in 1960 for the reuse of waste material. Recycling has been a common practice in the efforts to help the economy as seen during war and post-war eras with the gathering of scrap metals, paper, bottles and so forth. Over the decades, recycling has grown thanks…

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    The United States is rank number one in trash-producing country in the world, that has created 1,600 pounds per capita on an average. Every person in the United States generates more than four pounds of solid waste a day. Plastic bottles are used 2.5 million times every hour in the United States and more than half are thrown away. In 2008 South Carolina had 13 million of solid wastes and just under 5 million was recycled. The United States needs to start recycling more, so we can have a more…

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    strategy of landfill; thus the recycling of reusable waste has become highly potential to mitigate the outrage problem faced by the nation. From all those different projects of recycling, one is wood recycling project. The wood recycling project deals with wood recycling and related activities. The focus of wood recycling project is to collect waste of various conditional and shapes of timbers and then…

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    Recycling Landfills

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    Problem: Recycling is an over popularized issue that is often pushed to the side. For example, the city of Granbury does not provide, require, or promote recycling in any way. The city treats recycling as an option and not a necessity. In 2009, the United States produced enough trash to fill landfills with the weight of “88 million cars”. 161 million tons of this trash was “recyclable materials” that were later recovered. Each year numerous amounts of paper, bottles, electronics, aluminum,…

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    Benefits Of Recycling

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    Successful recycling requires not only participation from the public, but also students. The importance of campus recycling is to preserve the limited quantity of resources that are used to produce common university materials. It’s every student’s responsibility to be informed about the demand of materials they use daily, and the current ways those materials are being reused and recycled. Recycling has become one of the most important movements that promote sustainability for our environment and…

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    Disadvantages Of Recycling

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    As we grow older, we often feel the need to give back to our mother. That is how we should feel towards Earth. It has given us everything we need to survive, so we should protect it to the best of our abilities. The task of recycling is simple, yet…

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    The purpose of this letter is to let you know about the lack of recycling programs in Utah today. I care about this issue considering that, in the past 4 years alone, I have lived in two places that didn’t have any recycling programs and I only moved one time. I currently live in an area with no recycling program. Places like Salt Lake City and West Valley have recycling programs, and that is acceptable, but it is imperative that recycling programs expand to more of Utah. This issue affects…

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