Category Archives: Recycling

  • The Current Limits to Recycling

    Posted on October 13, 2015 by Giles in Recycling.

    Recycling is not only an essential method for preventing damage to the global ecology, it is also very important to the national and global economy. At this point in time, more materials are being recycled than ever before, and this has created a massive industry around recycling, which in turn has proven how much potential […]

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  • How Methane Collection Works

    Posted on May 18, 2015 by Giles in Energy Saving, Recycling.

    This is a type of fuel generation which is increasingly becoming a part of waste collection services. A number of garbage collectors have pioneered in this area by, for instance, using the methane produced by the waste they’ve collected to power the vehicles they use to collect the waste. This is actually quite simple technology […]

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  • Recycling – Is it really that difficult?

    Posted on January 29, 2015 by admin in Recycling.

    Recycling can seem like a chore, but when you think about it, how much effort is really involved? There will be the odd trip or two per month to recycle any unwanted clothes, bottles or shoes in bulk, and recyclable litter can easily be chucked into your property’s recycling bin. The main problem with recycling […]

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  • Types of Recycling

    Posted on November 18, 2014 by admin in Recycling.

    As has been discussed on various previous posts on this blog, it is clear that rubbish is a serious problem, and that recycling must play a significant part in the solution. There are, however, various types and ways of recycling. Sometimes, you’ll have somebody’s trash which, in another person’s eyes, is still usable, and other […]

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