Recycling Journal Part 1

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Recycling Journal Part 1 Recycling is understood as the ability to reuse an item or commodity given that at one time it was pronounced useless. The process of recycling is undertaken systematically and it may involve changing of the form of initial item to the final. For example plant garbage is useless, but it can be productively used as green yard manure in the production of crops and other plantations. Ideally the first commodity is different from the last; though they bare some similarity because of the primary material used in their formation at forms they are significantly different. The idea of recycling has currently challenged many environmentalists due to the need to provide adequate resources to the growing population at a cost efficient rate. There is an increase in garbage or waste production due to the increasing global population. Poor handling of garbage is likely to increase death rate because human being will easily contract diseases like cholera, dysentery, cancer, typhoid and other dirty related diseases.
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  • Spring '12
  • Ecology, RNA, Waste, example plant garbage, garbage handling programs, green yard manure

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