The Importance of Recycling

1599 WordsMar 11, 20127 Pages
Today we have a serious problem with pollution, resulting not only soil contamination, environmental, noise or air, we can significantly reduce this impact all being aware and knowing that recycling is reuse; if we make a daily habit will give more life to our planet. 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…
MELTING OF THE POLES Several articles and news as we have shown the poles have been melting, we do not realize the ecological impact that our Earth is suffering, we call home, how animals suffer for the loss of their natural habitat There are already endangered species and endangered species, all animals, plants or even microbes and bacteria are necessary for the life cycle, and we by pure consumerism are destroying the basics for human existence. POLLUTED CITY FULL OF GARBAGE For our way of life in cities tend to consume too many products and use all means of transportation much easier, even small distances. We have not seen the massive amounts of pollution we put into our environment, in the air, the ground where trash is stored, the water is poisoned with chemicals given off by the trash in large quantities, even with noise! In conclusion I can say that recycling is an effective way to help nature replenish the natural resources to end the excessive amount of garbage, pollution of our environment and improving health as an alternate benefit. It is a basic process we should use at home, is a habit we should have from small, the
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