Recycling is a key issue in the global economy, but it is still an incredibly complex issue.
As a result, many people don’t know how to properly recycle and how to use the recycling process.
This is where recycling numbers come in.
According to an industry-wide survey conducted by the UK’s National Waste Management Agency (NWMRA), the global recycling rate is set to reach 1.5 billion tonnes annually by 2020, an increase of about 17 percent.
This means that by 2020 more than 100 billion tonnes of waste will be recycled.
And despite this, the world’s recycling rate only represents around 2 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.
To understand the global situation and how recycling can be made a viable and effective tool for reducing our planet’s greenhouse gas footprint, Next Big Futures is releasing the first comprehensive survey of recycling’s potential benefits and challenges in the world.
Read more Next BigFuture, the UK recycling agency, surveyed 1,300 industry leaders and experts and produced the NRMRA’s 2020 World Recycled Recyclers Report, which provides insights on the potential benefits of recycling, its potential challenges, and its potential future role.
Recycle Your Own World Recycle Your Own is a global movement of consumers, businesses, and institutions committed to creating a more sustainable and environmentally friendly world.
By recycling your own, you can: Reduce waste in your home, shop, and workplace