Waste Management

“Most people buy the highest quality television sets, only to watch the lowest quality television shows.
” ― Jarod Kintz, At even one penny, this book would be overpriced. In fact, free is too expensive, because you'd still waste time by reading it.

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Recycle Steel

The steel is used in different materials, from cans to cars. Your recycling is as old as the history of its use. Steel can be recycled countless times, lower costs and less energy expenditure than in its initial creation. Studies say that every 75 cans recycled steel, a tree is saved, because, otherwise, would become charcoal.

Recycle Plastic

Recycling secondary or post-consumer. Conversion of waste plastics waste by a process or by a combination of operations. The materials that fall in this class come from dumps, selective collection system, scraps made by many different types of material and resin, which requires good preparation in order to be availed.

Recycle Aluminum

The process is summarized in the melting of the metal, which is much less expensive and consumes much less energy than producing aluminum through the bauxite mining. Mining and refining this require huge expenditures of electricity, while recycling requires only 5% of the energy to produce it.

Recycle Paper

Acceptance of recycled paper is growing, especially in the corporate market. Recycled paper is an ecological, which makes reaching a price even higher than the non-recycled. The price reduction was made ​​possible by economies of scale, and by decreasing the average profit margin.

“Human use, population, and technology have reached that certain stage where mother Earth no longer accepts our presence with silence.” ― Dalai Lama XIV