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1. Convert (waste) into reusable material.

2. Return (material) to a previous stage in a cyclic process.


Recycling is processing and converting waste or used products into new and reusable materials that can be used maybe only once or on numerous occasions. The aim of recycling is to help the environment by reusing our waste rather than just throwing our unwanted items away and in doing so helping our carbon footprint and maybe our pocket at the same time.

Recyclable materials include items such as ink cartridges , glass , metals , plastics and electronics , as well as food and organic waste that can be used for other purposes such as compost. There are many arguments for and against recycling as you can agree we see recycling as a positive. However, some sceptics see recycling as a waste of money that costs and energy used in collection and transportation detract from the costs of energy saved, but recycling centres dispute these claims as always we are looking for the greater good!!

Why not visit and see how you can effect the environment and help your pocket at the same time. Recycling, every little helps.

Ryan Thomas

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