Recycling

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  • Why Is Recycling Wrong

    CB3 Recycling Go outside, smell that, that 's fresh air but the air we breath ain’t as fresh as it should be. Don’t be trashy recycle. We should be saving the things that make fresh air not using all of before we can replace it.How much would it cost to have recycling places instead of landfills. When we recycle we are making the air smell better and fresher without fresh air it will be hard to breath and no one would want to breath anyways. “While many people believe it is okay to recycle,…

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  • Recycling Argumentative Essay

    have been spent and invested in the recycling industry. Now why would someone spend one hundred and eleven million dollars on the recycling industry one may ask, the answer is simple... economy benefits. Recycling can lower capital cost, make us use 80 to 90 percent less energy, lower our consumption of fossil fuels and could produce more products that benefit our overall economy. As for a negative aspect, recycling has none. According to the article, the recycling industry may have "a dirty…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Recycling

    What is Better Than Recycling? No, wait before you dump the trash! Have you ever been told to sort through your trash? Not all, but a few have. Several families recycle all the time, unlike others. Some people may not even know what recycling is or know of the innovations that is involved. Most people do not because they think it does not change much and others do not because they do not get paid for it. Many would like to propose that recycling should be mandatory everywhere in the United…

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  • Recycling Isnt Enough

    Recycling Isn’t Enough According to the article "Recycling" in opposing viewpoints, recycling is the process of recovering, reprocessing, and reusing waste materials that would otherwise be discarded (Gale 1). We recycle for many reasons, one being to conserve resources and money, another being to try and reduce our carbon footprint but is it enough. According to an article entitled “Numbers”, 1,643 Pounds of trash generated per person in the U.S. in 2005, the most recent year for which data…

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  • Research Paper On Recycling

    Recycling Research Paper Ever since elementary school, we’re taught to recycle. They usually do not tell us why it’s so important to recycle or what it does for the world, but they just say to recycle. So some adhere to what we’re told and others just pass it by as if it were nothing. Maybe if we were told why we should do it, more people would actually take the time out of their day and recycle. When we here the word “recycle,” we think of soda cans, water bottles, and plastic material, but…

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  • Trash Police Recycling

    Recycling in the United States has been a huge deal over the years. Like the passage states we the citizens of the US do have these green, blue, and black trash cans. Us average people dont always take into consideration the color of the trash can we just throw stuff in. However not everything we throw in is just trash. Most things for example food, such as apples, bananas, oranges, all these different fruits and vegetable help plants and other things grow. One of the main issues i can…

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  • Essay On Mandatory Recycling

    Mandatory recycling is an issue that has been discussed many times. People that are against mandatory recycling say that it wastes money and natural resources (Thayer 1 of 6). However, mandatory recycling saves resources and money. It also reduces pollution. Finally, landfills are dangerous to the environment so, the more waste we keep out of landfills the better. Recycling should be mandatory because landfills are dangerous, recycling reduces pollution, and it helps save natural resources.…

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  • Why Is Recycling Important

    Recycling- An Important Part of the Solution As a young child, I always hated the smell of garbage from the local landfill. The average American discards an average seven and a half pounds of garbage every day, unfortunately most of this garbage goes into to landfills. Although America’s recycling rate has doubled over the past 15 years, it has occurred in the absence of a federal law on recycling. Instead, state legislation and local support have been leading the action. Recently stricter…

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  • The Benefits Of Recycling In Mexico

    Recycling can really make a tremendous difference in the environment and it is something that more and more people should begin to do. People in Mexico, have to drive to a recycling center to do their recycling. We have become a society that is built on accessibility. The less accessible something is, the less likely we are to do it. Imagine if movie theaters were unavailable in the area and closest theater was in St Louis. The long drive would probably deter you from going to the movies. You…

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  • Landfill Recycling Benefits

    Recycling is defined as “the process of making or manufacturing new products from a product that has originally served its purpose” (Dictionary.com), which simply means reusing old things and process them to produce new useful items. Recycled aluminum cans can be melted down and created into new aluminum cans or parts of bicycles (Recycle Everywhere). Recycling is known to be beneficial to the environment. It uses less energy to create new materials, prevents pollution by reducing the need to…

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