Saving the Earth by recycling every possible material.
Recycling means processing used materials into new products to prevent waste of useful materials, reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, reduce energy usage, reduce air and water pollution, and lower gas emissions as compared to production from new materials. So we can say that recycling saves trees, saves money and saves energy.
Steel is the most recycled material in the world, steel coming from construction, vehicles and cans can be recycled. Steel-to-steel recycling means that a steel can is just as likely to become part of a bridge, a car, or a ship.
Plastic also is one of the most recycled material. We can also recycle paper, aluminum cans, glass, textiles, and electronics.
Most of the trash can be recycled. Recycling benefits our energy resources, fuel, our earth, and our future.
Here are few things you can easily do to help in recycling:
- Make book covers out of newspapers.
- Try refilling empty bottles of water a few times before recycling them.
- Reuse large pieces of wrapping paper – fold flat for storing. Reuse gift bags.
- Use the back of paper that you would throw away or envelopes for grocery lists, etc.