Recycled Materials

Recycled Materials

Recycled Materials

  • Aluminum Recycling
    Aluminum isn’t something that many of think about in terms of recycling. However, we need to change that mindset.
  • Battery Recycling
    Alkaline batteries that we commonly use at home for various gadgets have mercury in them that is very dangerous to the environment.
  • Computer Recycling
    When a computer is donated for recycling it is taken apart. It is completely dismantled and all of the parts from it are sorted out. In many instances they are used for learning tools
  • E-Cycling
    E-cycling refers to the process of recycling electronics. Today there are so many devices that we use for business and for fun. On average a household has more than 20 electronic devices in it.
  • Glass Recycling
    Glass is the one item that can be recycled over and over again. It never looses quality like other products do. Today at least 25% of the glass that is used in items you buy has been recycled.
  • Mobile Phone Recycling
    It is amazing to think that just 20 years ago hardly anyone had a mobile phone. Those that did were important business people or rich.
  • Paper Recycling
    Paper is something that we use all the time. This is very true in a business setting. The good thing is that paper can easily be recycled. In fact, about 56% of all of it that is consumed annually will be recycled.
  • Plastic Recycling
    Plastic recycling is very important due to the amount of it that is used for consumer goods. The majority of plastic stems from people drinking bottled water.
  • Tire Recycling
    Tires are something that we often don’t think about too much. We know that they are part of our vehicles as well as other modes of transportation. When necessary we replace them on our bikes, cars, and even recreational vehicles that we own.
  • Waste Recycling
    It is hard to imagine sometimes how the volume of items in a landfill can add up around the world. We may only think of our own contributions but that isn’t the right way to approach it
  • Water Recycling
    Even though all but about 3% of the surface of the Earth is covered with water there is only a portion of it that we can use for drinking.