Municipal recycling, a concept come of age

by Larry A. Kirkland

Publisher: Environmental Research Center, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash

Written in English
Published: Pages: 95 Downloads: 778
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  • Recycling (Waste, etc.),
  • Refuse and refuse disposal.
  • Edition Notes

    References cited: p. [85]-95.

    Statementby Larry A. Kirkland.
    ContributionsWashington State University. Environmental Research Center.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination95 p. ;
    Number of Pages95
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14714378M

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Deliberate programs for recycling water include use of wetlands as areas to filter harmful wastes from the substance, or using partly treated sewage for raising fish. Municipal sewage- and water-treatment plants, of course, are fundamental recycling agents. The individual consumer plays a large part in recycling.

“The paradox of life lies exactly in this: its resources are finite, but it itself is endless. Such a contradictory state of affairs is feasible only because the resources accessible to life can be used over and over again.”. Participation in recycling varies across age groups, where it seems that younger generations state that they often try to do it as much as possible, but is in fact the older generations that state.

While magazine subscriptions are on a recent decline and book sales are holding steady, it’s likely you have a stockpile of both these products on your coffee table, in your bookshelf or collecting dust in the you’re ready to clean them out, hopefully recycling is on your mind.

Both books and magazines fall under the category of mixed paper, which also includes catalogs and. of its waste. The benefits of recycling come not only from selling recycled materials and conserving resources but also from reducing expenses or from “avoided costs.” In New Mexico, the legislature passed the Solid Waste Act ofwhich set a goal of diverting 25% of New Mexico’s municipal solid waste from landfillsFile Size: 1MB.

From the first municipal dump program in B.C. to a revolutionary idea in that could lead to plastics recycling themselves (actually not as outlandish as crediting dinosaurs for recycling), we've compiled a timeline of the most important events in recycling history.

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This annual event runs for three consecutive days, usually in June, and has been done in partnership with the Joliet Park District at Pilcher Park for the past decade. Make a “Free Books” box. Find a location where people wait like a doctor’s office waiting room, train station, bus stop and so on.

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While this Concept book, published inis perhaps for a younger audience, the purpose is clear: encourage children to recycle. Through simple, fun, and colorful imagery, this book talks about the importance of recycling to help the planet. Additionally, it introduces creative uses for old items: teaching kids to use old socks to make snakes!/5.

Recycling is the reprocessing of materials into new products. Recycling prevents useful material resources being wasted, reduces the consumption of raw materials and reduces energy usage, and hence greenhouse gas emissions, compared to virgin production.

Recycling is a key concept of modern waste management and is the third component of the waste hierarchy.

Municipal Drop-off Center(s) About this item and this location: Items accepted at Municipal Drop-off Centers differ by a detailed list of items accepted, click on the link for your municipal recycling detail sheet under Residential Recycling Opportunities.

Each year, EPA produces a report called Advancing Sustainable Materials Management: Fact Sheet, formerly called Municipal Solid Waste in the United States: Facts and Figures.

It includes information on municipal solid waste (MSW) generation, recycling, combustion with energy recovery and landfilling. However, new techniques for "scrubbing" pollutants from incinerator stacks are being developed. Incineration of typical garbage reduces its weight and volume by as much as 80%.

Approximately % of municipal solid waste is combusted. Recycling Recycling of solid wastes is an option that many municipalities have explored in recent years.

Although recycling of basic metals such as steel and copper has been a profit-making business for over a century, recycling of municipal waste—ordinary garbage—is sometimes criticized by skeptics as inefficient, a useless practice motivated by environmental guilt-feelings rather than economic rationality.

Books can't usually be recycled along with other paper recycling because of the glue that's used to bind them. Instead, you could pass them on to someone else, donate them to a charity shop or sell them online or at a car boot sale.

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For example, the Catawba County EcoComplex in North Carolina puts the concept of “bio-mimicry” industrial development into practice. The complex generates power from landfill methane and houses a pallet company with master plans to have an integrated.Yes, textbooks (and other thick, hardbound books) ARE recyclable.

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