5-Interesting-Facts-About-Recycling-That-You-Should

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We all talk about making positive changes that will benefit the environment. Though the government is making constant efforts to help the surroundings, it is also our individual responsibility to decrease pollution. While burning of fuels is a major cause for pollution, burning waste and tires which are out of use is also a grave threat that has occurred due to lack of recycling.

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5 Interesting Facts About Recycling That You Should Know:

5 Interesting Facts About Recycling That You Should Know By: ECOGREEN

Introduction:

Introduction We all talk about making positive changes that will benefit the environment. Though the government is making constant efforts to help the surroundings, it is also our individual responsibility to decrease pollution. While burning of fuels is a major cause for pollution, burning waste and tires which are out of use is also a grave threat that has occurred due to lack of recycling. Recycling is an essential step to take in a country where the waste produced exceeds in tonnes . This waste just doesn't fall on the earth. We are responsible for this waste generation and it is high time that we own up to our mistakes and start taking relevant steps to improve the state of the environment. Recycling the produce is a way begin. When we compare the present situation of UK with other European nations we see that Switzerland recycles 52% of the waste that helps them in maintaining a clean and green environment. Want to know more? Here are some interesting facts about recycling that you never knew.

Energy Saved By Recycling 1 Aluminum Can :

Energy Saved By Recycling 1 Aluminum Can Wondering how much energy can be saved by recycling an aluminum can? Well, the fact is - one aluminum can save enough energy to play an entire music album on your iPod. This simply means that if you recycle 100 used cans you should not worry about your room lighting for about 2 weeks.

How Much Waste Can We Recycle And How Much Do We Recycle:

How Much Waste Can We Recycle And How Much Do We Recycle Almost everything can be recycled. From aluminum cans to paper, recycling is the best way to manage waste of all kinds. If done regularly, recycling can generate 70% more energy of what is being produced from the process.

Not Recycled Plastic Bags Kill Over 2 Million Sea Creatures :

Not Recycled Plastic Bags Kill Over 2 Million Sea Creatures Dumping all of it in the ocean is the worst idea of managing waste. While you think that it will not harm anyone, plastic bags alone kill over 2 million sea creatures every year. Dumping other non-biodegradable waste have similar adverse effects on the marine life. Not so interesting right?

What Will Happen If We Start Recycling Waste In Trash :

What Will Happen If We Start Recycling Waste In Trash According to an estimate, about 60% of waste in the trash is not recycled. Now what will happen if we made recycling a habit? Well to start with, we would be helping the nation and lowering the chances of electricity crisis in homes and offices. This will directly impact the cost of electricity and soon people in the UK will enjoy lower electricity cost.

24 Trees Are Cut To Produce 1 Tonne Of Paper:

24 Trees Are Cut To Produce 1 Tonne Of Paper We all know paper is produced by cutting down bunch of trees. But did you know that only a tonne of paper is produced by cutting down 24 trees. Taking the estimate of how much paper is needed in our daily lives (be it in notebooks, newspaper and pamphlets) about 3 billion to 6 billion trees are cut every year. The calculation is made after the attempts of bringing recycled paper back to use.

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