Is it always possible to recycle and reuse materials?
Recycle, reuse and reduce!
You can recycle items such as paper, plastic, bottles, cardboard, and even food scraps. You can reuse items such as clothes, paper, bottles, and furniture. It is very importan…t that you recycle and reuse items, it is very easy, can save you money, and can save the planet. Metal scraps, aluminum can be recycled, even old cars. Solar power, as in the sun creating electricity, is recycling, also.
u can draw on paper that already has writing on and u can recycle it when the paper is full
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Recycling helps the Earth by not producing more waste onto ourplanet. We are throwing away far too much rubbish. . Our landfills are filling up. Many towns and cities havet…rouble finding new holes to dump rubbish in. . All sorts of paper and be recycled and turned into freshpaper and card. This uses far less energy than making new paperfrom trees. . All glass bottles and steel and aluminum cans can berecycled as well as all other metals, again saving energy. When we save energy we don't emit as much carbon dioxide into theatmosphere, because usually we make electricity by burning fossilfuels like coal. . All plastics can be recycled , again saving energy. Insome places only certain kinds of plastics are accepted, but allplastics can be recycled, even styrofoam (polystyrene). . We throw away food scraps and other organic matter likeleaves, cotton, animal manure etc. These can all be composted tobecome garden fertilizer. Some will also generate methanegas which is good if we collect it and use it for heating,cooking or generating electricity. But methane gas is bad if wejust let it seep out of landfills and into the atmosphere where itbecomes a dangerous greenhouse gas, twenty-one times more deadlythan carbon dioxide. And greenhouse gases are causing globalwarming. So save the planet! . It is important to recycle because we need to save this worldbefore it becomes a giant garbage dump! . I think everyone should recycle to try and help save most ofthe worlds resources and so that there is enough things for thefuture or next generations,and so that animals don't die and sothat we don't destroy their natural habitat. . To reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. To reduce yourcarbon footprint and to help the ozone. It also puts a lot ofcommodity back into the system such as metal aluminum andpaper. . Don't forget that when you recycle you are making the worldmore beautiful and healthy. Even the things you like the most couldbe recycled like a favorite shirt maybe it was once recycled andmade into something you like. . Quite right, our planet looks disgusting at this moment, and ifwe don't start to recycle soon, then our planet will turn into atoxic waste dump! All our future generations will be held back andour race will not survive, so I think we should all recycle andturn our world into that green, blue and white lovely planet we alllove. . Recycling is important because if you recycle you can giveanother life to your rubbish. Many trees can be saved and we willhave a better environment. . we need to recycle so we can help the environment and stoppollution . Because the land fill will slowly get smaller.(hopefully!) . People recycle to help the earth to become a cleaner andgreener place! . Yes. We are polluting the earth by not recycling and fillingthe landfills with trash that doesn't need to be there. . Very important question. A Christian has a duty to recycle.Because if you believe in global warming for one thing you aresaving this earth and millions of lives! . Because its helps save the earth and make it a better place tolive. It also can keep pollution down and save animal and possiblypeoples lives. . Because the old materials are reused again instead of having touse up all the new material. . Well one of the main reasons for recycling is,because we onlyhave a certain amount of products on earth so if we just throughthem out it will be wasted and eventually we will be out of glass,paper, glass. but if we recycle it even though there may be apossibility that we run out even from recycling we have been ableto make new stuff like bags sun glasses certain clothes and heck ifno one tells you what they are made of you wouldn't tell anyway. . Because when you don't recycle then there will be Co2 and Co2makes global warming. Global warming can be very dangerous for usbecause because that means the Earth gets hotter and hotter and oneday the Earth will be to hot for us to live on. People keep ondoing this so when you are one of these people please stopthat! . We must recycle in order to reduce landfill waste. Manybeautiful parks and lands are being taken up by trash yards becausewe produce SO much. We are so many people on Earth so we produce SOmuch. We all have So many cars that produce harmful gases that warmup the Earth. That causes ice caps to melt and temps to rise. Thatcauses floods and wave damages. People who litter and do not savethe Earth, thank you so much. Please RECYCLE! Save our home; ourEarth. We were not made to deteriorate our home, we were made tolive in it and cherish it for our children and so on. Keep itclean. Forever. . it is important to reduce reuse and recycle to help the earthsurvive. If we don't do these three things the our earth would be adumpster. If we didn't do these then we would be doomed. no earth,no living, nothing. . All our non-recycled waste goes to a landfill. Sitting in alarge heap does no good to the environment, when something can bere-used. Recycling will help get the most use out of something, andwon't cause materials to be used only once. However, you mustremember the order: Reduce-Reuse-Recycle. Recycling has somedisadvantages, as you need to ship the materials to a recyclingcenter, and distribute them. This uses a lot of fossil fuels. . To save the planet! . It Is Bad As We Are Running Low On Gas And Only Have 20 yearsof it left. . The reason some people recycle is because they want to save theplanet. if you were to recycle you could save the planet too, andbe one more climateer! . because landfills are filling up . yes we need to the earth is falling apart. Recycle please! . yes because your helping the earth become greener so you shouldrecycle anything paper examples: newspaper, paper, cardboard, cans,and no staples and that will make the earth greener . it is good for the environment because it is a good thing tohelp the earth last longer. If you recycle water bottles, cans,paper or plastic bags you are reusing these items. Then they don'tneed to more of these . Recycling allows us to reuse materials that otherwise wouldtake up space in land fills. It allows us to not have to make asmany manmade materials. For example, instead of having a paper cupfrom McDonalds and just throwing it away, where it will decomposein the earth, you could recycle it and save a tree (that is, ifmany people recycled paper, which they do). People need to realizeits importance. People also need to realize that recycling ofproducts is often more damaging to the environment than simplycreating new items. All recycling takes large amounts of energy,which is often supplied by coal-fired power plants. Much recyclinggives off harmful by-products. This is not always the case, howeverit is much more common than people are aware of. . by recycling we can save the items which it is made of. . We can reduce landfill use. . In theory, we can reduce pollution. . Some recyclables use less energy to recycle than to create fromraw materials. . Trees are cut down less, so we preserve natural habitats of avariety of animals and natural tourism attractions, and in thefuture there would be cleaner air because the trees could help withthe pollution we've caused. # Glass, plastic, and other things thatare non-biodegradable (can't be broken down) will stay on Earth inlandfills for hundreds of years and latter on become very dangerousto humans and other animals. Added, they are made of nonrenewableresources that will eventually run out. If they are recycled, thenwe won't run out as quickly as we find a better way to contain ouritems (such as peanuts). It helps in the long run! . Our landfills would fill up and our environment would beTOTALLY BAD! . Because my tin cans and soda bottles pay the salaries of thecoolest art collective ever! . Recycling is important because then we don't need to cut downas much of the forest as we are doing now, because right now we arecutting too many trees down. Pollution is too high, the earth isvulnerable and we need to keep our earth's oxygen and theenvironment clean. Recycling is important because it savesresources and it saves energy. It also reduces the amount ofmaterial that we have to consign to landfills. . It is good for the environment. Many things that you throw outcould be used again, or could be used to make new items. This savesusing more resources to make new products. It doesn't make muchsense to dispose of something that still could be used for otherthings or the same purpose again. . Recycling can help stop Global Warming, because recycling meansless trees being cut down. As you may have already known, treesexchange Carbon Dioxide to Oxygen, which really is helpful when itcomes to Global Warming. Also recycling is cutting down on theamount of things we throw away and some things we throw away areharmful to our environment so this helps to cut down on thattoo . We recycle because it is good for the environment. . Recycling reuses our trash to keep it from polluting the earth, reducing wastes. . much less energy used . cheaper to use recycled materials . less energy used = less Co2 . fewer trees cut down . sometimes you can get money for recycling . saves natural resources . saves space in landfills In a small paperback book called STUFF The Secret Lives ofEveryday Things , copyright 1997 by NorthwestEnvironment Watch in Seattle, WA, authors Ryan and Durning withresearch assistance by Breslow, Halvorson, and Tohan, state that"Smelting is so energy intensive that aluminum earned the nickname"congealed electricity." Making a soda can of smelted aluminumtakes energy equivalent to a quarter-can of gasoline. (Making a)33-percent recycled can took about a sixth of a can of gasoline..." Despite the date of the book, similar numbers should apply today in2011. If you determine the number of aluminum beverage cans emptiedby consumers, you'll see that the following "good" things mightoccur. The amount of money needed to produce a typical soda canshould be reduced, and the savings should be passed on toconsumers. Or, because of recycling of aluminum, the cost of a canof soda is lower than it would otherwise be (the package is oftenmore costly than the product itself). Less electrical energy shouldbe consumed to make "new" aluminum products, thus allowing moreenergy for other uses, and/or hopefully keeping the price ofelectrical energy at comparatively lower values. One could envisiona number of other beneficial outcomes, such as reducedenvironmental impact because of a comparatively lower demand forthe earth's limited resources and the fact that such resourcesbecome more difficult to obtain as the earth's more-easily-obtainedraw materials dwindle. One thing about aluminum production that may not be apparent isthat aluminum is made mostly from bauxite. This ore consists ofaluminum atoms combined (chemically bonded) with oxygen andhydrogen atoms in a low-energy state; in other words bauxite hasexisted on the earth's surface for a long time like this (insteadof "pure" aluminum) because these atoms bound together are alower-energy state than if the pure elements existed in the samevolume. "Since highly electropositive metals tend to react at hightemperatures with most materials, common pyrometallurgicalprocesses cannot be used for smelting them. A straightforwardmethod for producing these metals is first to purify a salt of areactive metal and then electrolyze the salt for recovery of themetallic element." p.207, Unit Processes of ExtractiveMetallurgy , by Pehlke, 1973, Elsevier. What this means is thataluminum atoms are strongly attached/bonded to oxygen atoms, and torelease the aluminum atoms from bonds with oxygen atoms requires acomparatively large amount of energy from some source. In thiscase, a large amount of electricity is needed to efficientlyproduce large amounts of "pure" aluminum. If you can reuse something, why not? You won't have to waste resources that you don't have to.
yes You can purchase products made of recycled material. Glass, paper, cardboard, plastics, and aluminum can be recycled. Contact your local recycling center to see if they t…ake paint, batteries, electronics, cell phones, and old appliances. A lot of grocery stores have places where you can drop off plastic bags. You can also purchase reusable canvas grocery bags to replace plastic bags. Instead of buying individual bottled water purchase a filtering system that you can place on your kitchen faucet or a container that filters water. I shred my mail that has personal information. Then I take the shredded paper and use if for pet bedding.
The waste would get put in a landfill
Yes it is possible. And if you want to find out how you can check out videos anywhere like youtube.
Recycling has been around for a long time, but most major environmental movements started in the 1970s.
Reusing items decreases the use of matter and energy resources and reduces pollution and natural capital degradation; recycleing does so to a lesser degree.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Refuse is a Recycling Slogan. It stands for: Reduce waste Reuse products when possible Recycle when possible Refuse non-biodegradable products wh…en you can, such as refusing plastic bags at the grocery store
As with any paper product, cardboard is repulped when it is recycled and made into new paper products.
It helps the Earth so we aren't constantly taking. It's green and green is good.