How Does Recycling Work ?  

Environment protection is not just the job of the government or the environmentalists. All of us have an obligation to protect the planet and promote a healthier environment. It does not matter where we live and what we do for a living, we all need to do our share to protect Mother Earth.

One of the most effective ways to help protect the planet is to recycle our waste products. Recycling does not need to be a complicated task. In fact, one can easy do recycling at home. Simple recycling simply involves the segregation of bio-degradable and non-degradable materials, separating the recyclables from the non-recyclables and then reusing the still useful materials.

Recycling bio-degradable household waste is very easy. Just collect waste food items and put them inside a closed container for composting. Keep the container close for a couple of months or until the food items have totally decomposed. After which, you can use the compost as garden soil.

When it comes to recycling non-biodegradable items like cans, papers, cardboards, glass, steel and plastic bottles, all you need to do is collect these items, clean them up and then reuse them. There are many creative ways to recycle waste materials. For instance, you can create wonderful home decors using old cardboards and plastic bottles. You can also use cans and plastic containers may be used as planters.

Now, if you do not feel like re-using your non-biodegradable waste at home, you can always sell these items and earn some money. There are a lot of recycling facilities that will pay good money for our waste materials so do even think about throwing these things away.

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