Thursday, October 13, 2011

How to recycle

Stage 1: garbage collection: Waste recycling operations begin with the collection of waste.
Non-recyclable waste are incinerated or buried in landfills. The waste collected for recycling are prepared for further processing. The collection is organized for that purpose.
As a result of harvesting, waste, ordered or not, they are sent to a Centre for classification in which, through different operations, they are ordered to optimize its processing. One of these operations is the manual.Stage 2: transformation: Once classified, waste are plants that will be responsible for its transformation.

They are integrated into the chain of processing that is specific to them. Enter the string in the form of waste and leave in the form of material ready for use.

Stage 3: marketing and consumption:
Once transformed, the finished products of recycling are used for the manufacture of new products which, in turn, will be offered to the consumer and consumed. To be thrown, recovered and recycled again.

Recycling is one of the most important actions we can take forward to help the environment. Recycling is a process for the treatment of waste, both industrial and domestic, that allows to reintroduce them in the production cycle of a product or of the materials that compose.]

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An example that illustrates well the recycling process can be the new glass bottles which is made from the glass from the old bottles that have pulled and then have been recovered.

It recycling is a waste management strategy called "the three R's":

Reduce: it brings together all related to the reduction of the waste.Reuse: it brings together the procedures that allow to give a product already used a new use.Recycle: is the process of treatment that have to pass through the waste through recycling.

There are three major divisions of recyclingtechniques: chemical, mechanical and organic.

"Chemical" recycling uses a chemical reaction for the treatment of waste, e.g. to separate certain components.

"Mechanical" recycling is the transformation of the waste with the help of a machine, for example, an oversized waste.

Recycling "organic" is, after fermentation, to produce fertilizer and fuels as biogas.

The recycling chain is divided into three parts or in three stages:

Recycling is an important contribution in reducing the quantities of waste that must be eliminated in landfills, by incineration or by other means. For this reason, recycling is necessary to thus fight against the increase of the waste.

We contribute to caring for our environment! We learn how to Recycle different materials:

If you are interested in knowing how Recycle in your city, in the BlogVerde we have special cities.

To be able to carry out this important task, the majority of the Councils in the country have special containers for the classification of waste which can lead, glass, paper and cardboards, plastics and briks, metal containers, and - in some cases-also organic waste.

At the same time in major cities there are Points clean or Green where lead other materials for recycling or hazardous waste, including oil, paint, tyres, wood, clothing, crystals, batteries and many other elements.

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