The Future of Recycling

Less Plastic in Landfills, More Plastic Recycling

Plastics take hundreds or even thousands of years to break down, which is an environmental conundrum given the amount of plastics we produce and discard each year. Many cities in the U.S. are starting to ban plastics to some extent, whether it is by minimizing the production of styrofoam or banning further manufacture of plastic bags. This will effectively decrease the amount of plastic going into the ground each year thus making rubbish removal services  cheaper and more efficient.

Plastics are also being produced to be biodegradable now, and that practice will continue to grow in the coming years. In fact, the market for biodegradable plastic resins is expected to increase by 19 percent per year into 2017.

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Sustainable Management of Construction and Demolition Materials

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Construction and demolition material are debris that is generated during construction, renovation and demolition of roads, buildings, bridges or any other armament structure. By sustainable management of such debris, development is possible without necessarily mining new material. This way the materials will be available for current and future development.

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How to Start Recycling Business

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The world is becoming more environmentally aware. With all the green campaign, homesteads and business have adopted ways to sort their garbage into what is recyclable and what is not. However, the recycling industry is not doing enough, creating a viable business opportunity to those who want to venture into this environment saving economic activity. So how does one get to set and run such line if business?

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