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The Recycling Process

Recycling, in its literal meaning, is the procedure of making used or unwanted products in into new remanufactured products.

The procedure of recycling is unique in the sense that the products are recycled in such a way that the materials that are left after the remanufacturing are considered essential.

When educating oneself on the process of recycling it helps to remember that most materials can be recycled but certain products (i.e. cell phones and old computers) provide more of a challenge to remanufacture. In this case, the re-making or the reusable materials become much inefficient.

On the other hand, products such as, paper, plastic, glass, tin and some other textiles are all relatively easy for processing and thus the recycling process becomes highly efficient.

Easily recyclable items share organic materials just as certain foods and plants do. The procedure that is used in the case of food and plants is known as the composting rather than the recycling.

The Recycling Process / Benefits

The purpose for the recycling is important for a number of reasons. One of the most obvious reasons lies in reducing the amount of natural resources that are consumed for every new product. Since recycling is conserving energy the process produces a smaller carbon footprint, thereby helping the environment.

The recycling process also prevents water as well as air pollution while forbidding the garbage build up accompanied by landfill proliferation. Since materials are brought to a recycling facility they do not wind up in areas that do not have a place for them.

Further, if the procedure of recycling happens to be a perfectly efficient process then one would be able to convert all old wasted products into similar amount of the same product.

Though, there would be an energy expenditure this expenditure is used while processing recycled materials that can raise the cost of manufacturing of certain goods to a higher level.

These criticisms are often specifically targeted on state mandated recycling initiatives. However, even if the cost of production is higher it may be justified due to the cost of maintaining the product in a landfill after it is used.

The Process of Recycling / Salvage

Salvage is another form of recycling, in which valuable substances or components of a used product are reclaimed without actually reusing the rest of the product. This is done with the lead found in batteries, as well as the gold parts that are found in computer chips.

These products are all produced from real pieces of the natural earth, quarried, cut and refined into a series of elegant and sophisticated home accessories.

Sources

http://www.zerowasteamerica.org/Statistics.htm
http://www.visy.com.au/
http://www.greenrootsmovement.com/
http://rebornewaste.wordpress.com/2009/04/24/e-waste-recycling-could-create-210-jobs-in-victoria/
http://www.envict.org.au/

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