How does recycling work?


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Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Recycling becomes more important on larger scales. At this level, used consumer goods are collected, converted back into raw materials and remade into new consumer products. ... It's rare for arecycled product to be exactly the same as the original material from which it was recycled.

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Mat Ronson Profile
Mat Ronson answered

All recyclable items are brought to the City’s Collection Station where they are tipped into large transfer trucks which then transport the loads to the TDS Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) in Creedmoor. At this 106,000-square-foot facility, items are sorted, compressed, baled, stored, and then shipped out to be made into new products. Below is a photo tour of the process.

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Megan goodgirl answered

You save things so you don't have to waste.

Nealious James Profile
Nealious James answered

Alex! It’s really simple and we all supposed to do it to help protect our
planet. Reduce, reuse and recycle are the words that we should always remember.
To better understand the process, here is a video that you should not miss: Hope this helps and that
you will start doing your share soon!

Ellie Mullins Profile
Ellie Mullins answered

How does recycling work? Are you serious right now? Okay. You put stuff that isn't decomposable and put them in the compost bin. You put cans and paper and cardboard in the recycling bin. NOTHING else. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

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Anonymous answered

Recycling is a pretty simple concept: Take something that isn't useful anymore and make it into something new instead of just throwing it away. It can be anything from recycling old paper into new paper, to making an old hubcap into a decorative birdbath. In reality, recycling can get pretty complex -- how it interacts with our environment, our politics, our economy and even our own human behavior patterns will play a major role in the future of our planet.
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