The Importance of Recycling
On the other hand, if we see further recycling is environmental sustainability and if done properly would take advantage of a more effective way of natural resources.
But really know what is recyclable? Is a physical-chemical or mechanical process is to submit to a substance or a product already used to a cycle of total or partial treatment for a commodity or a new product. Could also be defined as the raw materials from waste, introducing them back into the cycle of …show more content…
Aluminum foil, containers, window and door frames are also recyclable, although some recycling centers prefer to be separated from the cans.
Too dangerous batteries:
The batteries and micro batteries that invade our homes every day are really problematic. Radios, flashlights, clock, walkman, cameras, calculators, toys, computers are just a small sample of a huge list of products that use these energy sources (batteries), being the reason for its commercial success empower mains, or be a portable object.
Battery operation is based on a set of chemical reactions that provide a percentage of amounts of electricity, which though small, allows the operation of small engines or electronics. But this advantage in favor of autonomy is opposed to the negative effects of chemical compounds used in the reaction which produces electricity, since they are mostly heavy metals, since being released to cause serious environmental pollution problems.
Consequences of not recycling:
Is the increase in global average temperature, caused mainly by the gases carbon dioxide and other air pollutants accumulate in the atmosphere like an increasingly thick layer, trapping the sun's heat and causing global warming. The main sources of contamination by the emission of carbon dioxide are power generation plants based on coal, as issued 2.500 million tons per year. The second largest source, automobiles, emits almost 1.500 million tones of CO2 a