Recycle to save our planet
WHY should we recycle?
One reason would be to save lots of resources All raw materials and all energy are provided by our blue planet Earth. Unfortunately, many of the provided raw materials and energy will not be usable as they appear in Nature.
By using energy and resources we now have to gather, clean, concentrate, and transform these resources to come up with primary raw materials which might be usable for people and industry.
Did you think about recycling your CD/DVD?
Recycling Facts CD/DVDs are class 7 recyclable plastic
500 grammes of plastic is needed to provide 30 CDs of natural gas 2 cups of crude oil and 24 gallons of water are used.
CD DVD plastic is so durable, that it'll take about a million years to decompose in landfills. The chemical reactions and emitted gases are unknown. So, please recycle your CD DVDs North Carolina passed a law banning plastic bottles from landfills.
The new law will encourage the folks to take into consideration what they are throwing away and what to recycle. Â Municipalities and private haulers need to determine some sort of recycling program in their community. That may be accomplished through drop boxes at set locations. There are big hopes the law has a positive impact. Awareness of recycling will grow, natural resources will be saved. However , there is an industry-wide shortage for used plastic bottles, new programs will lower the associated fee to the manufacturers. Nature education remains missing in many countries, so in this case the new law will replace the necessity for knowledge. But you will find chances a billboard campaign across the country will fill the gap of missing information/education. Other recyclable materials are banned from landfills, including aluminum cans, wooden pallets and glass alcohol and beverage containers. "We would like people to grasp they can't legally bury this stuff in the landfill," a US state official said "They really are valuable commodities. Recycling helps us to import less foreign oil." We applaud this new law as being a step in the right direction, but we would prefer better informed citizens, who need no law to show responsibility for the next generation.