The Importance Of Recycling

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Recycling is a process that starts from collecting waste that is considered to be recyclable. After collection, the recyclable waste is processed and brought into its initial raw form that can be used in the production process of a new product. Recycling helps to preserve scarce natural resources. Moreover, recycling process requires fewer resources that keeps the planet away from an extra pollution. In order to save the scarce natural resources, we should find ways to preserve and recycle whatever is recyclable. In order to find out whether the product is recyclable or not, a person can call the recycle center in his region. But usually, recyclable goods have special labels on them with numbers; the scale is measured from 1 (most recyclable) to 7 (least recyclable). Studies show that 60% of the garbage can be recycled in general.
Not only realizing the significance of recycling but also buying recycled products is very important. Recently, people have started to consume more goods that are made of reused materials. The main
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Because of technological advancement, the electronics become outdated more quickly than before, which accelerate the accumulation of toxic E-waste worldwide. Recycling of E-waste will preserve valuable natural resources because the recycled waste can be used as a raw material in the production of a new product. In case of E-waste recycling, special attention should be paid to the safety of the recycling process because the waste is toxic. In some countries, there are regulations related to the management and recycling of E-waste. For example, in European Union there is a WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive that for the purpose of protecting the environment and human health from toxic pollution, makes the business entities that are engaged in the production and sale of electronics ascertain that used products of their brand are not disposed and burned as a regular