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ISBN: 0531008053
Author: James Hahn
Language: English
Publisher: Franklin Watts (October 1, 1973)
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Recycling : Reusing Our World's Solid Wastes. by Lynn Hahn and James Hahn. Describes ways in which individuals and communities can recycle waste materials and explains the recycling methods used for paper, glass, metal, rubber, plastic, and garbage.

Recycling : Reusing Our World's Solid Wastes. Select Format: Library Binding. Format:Library Binding. ISBN13:9780531008058. Release Date:October 1973.

I am currently enrolled in a solid and hazardous waste course at my University. The book has been a tremendous source of information, and well worth the investment.

Laws and regulations, not just federal and municipal, but worldwide as well are being legislated routinely. I am currently enrolled in a solid and hazardous waste course at my University. One person found this helpful.

Recycling: Re-Using Our World's Solid Wastes (The First Book of Series). Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780531008058 (978-0-531-00805-8) Franklin Watts, 1973.

The book covers all aspects of solid waste processing, volume reduction, and recycling, encompassing typical recyclable materials .

The book covers all aspects of solid waste processing, volume reduction, and recycling, encompassing typical recyclable materials (paper, plastics, cans, and organics), construction and demolition debris, electronics, and more. This book also takes on industry debates such as the merits of curbside-sort versus single-stream recycling and the use of advanced technology in materials recovery facilities. It provides key facts and figures, and brief summaries of legislation in the United States, Europe, and Asia.

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Why should we recycle things? Is recycling always the best option? . We're finally starting to realize that our live-now, pay-later lifestyle is storing up problems for future generations.

Why should we recycle things? Is recycling always the best option? A clear and simple look at the issues. One of the worst things about landfills is that they're wasting a huge amount of potentially useful material. It takes a lot of energy and a lot of resources to make things and when we throw those things in a landfill, at the end of their lives, we're also saying goodbye to all the energy and resources they contain. Some authorities like to burn their trash in giant incinerators instead of burying it in landfills.

The Hahns explain how old paper, cans, bottles, tires and other materials are made new and how garbage is composted, used for sanitary landfill, or burned to provide heat and electricity, in unremarkable but operational prose and routine black and white photos.

Old books: Your old books can be used by poor children or can be donated to public libraries. The last stage of the waste hierarchy is to recycle. To recycle something means that it will be transformed again into a raw material that can be shaped into a new item

Old books: Your old books can be used by poor children or can be donated to public libraries. 2. Old clothes: Your unwanted clothes can be used by street children or can be donated to charity institutions. 3. Old electric equipment: Old electric equipment can be donated to schools or NGO’s so that they can use them. To recycle something means that it will be transformed again into a raw material that can be shaped into a new item. There are very few materials on the earth that cannot be recycled.

Describes ways in which individuals and communities can recycle waste materials and explains the recycling methods used for paper, glass, metal, rubber, plastic, and garbage

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