TE 105 Recycling

TE 105 Recycling - Eli Quinn TE 105 Recycling The recycling...

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Eli Quinn TE 105 April 10, 2007 Recycling The recycling process is a very long and time consuming process. Whether someone is recycling plastics or paper, the time factor will always be there. The recycling process all starts with the consumer, YOU! One must be responsible enough to put their plastic bottle in the recycling bin and not the trash can. After the recycling bins are full they are shipped to a recycling plant that separates all of the pollutants from the plastics. The trash is run through a machine with a magnet on top to separate all of the metal. After that, there is an assembly line with workers standing picking out trash that is not supposed to be there. Then the plastic that is able to be recycled is put into a machine which crushes it and forms it into cubic stacks of recycled plastics. These recycled plastics can be sold to companies which melt down the polymers and create new products from the recycled materials. Recycled polymers can be formed into many different products. An everyday
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