How to recycle the metal you use in your homes

In our daily lives we often recycle metals we don’t need or don’t want to reuse, but we also recycle that which is truly essential to our lives.Here’s how to recycle those precious metals, in the best way possible.1.Use recycled metal scraps and metal bins to make metal parts.Recycling scrap metal is not only a practical and cost-effective option, but […]

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Why are we wasting so much water?

Posted by Next Big Tomorrow on Monday, April 10, 2020 16:25:00We are a nation of farmers, fishermen, and hunters.Every day, we recycle more than 90% of the water we use.But when it comes to water waste, we’re still lagging behind.Water is the third largest resource we use, after food and energy.To meet the demands of these diverse populations, we need […]

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Why does the federal government pay so little for oil and gas?

By Peter F. RothThe Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which regulates energy industry standards, has been criticized for its lack of transparency, and some environmentalists have called for the agency to take over all petroleum-related waste collection from oil companies.The commission, however, is not doing enough to improve oversight, the environmental group Center for Biological Diversity wrote in a March 1 […]

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How to recycle glass bottles

Refrigerator recycling bins are a big part of Berkeley’s recycling effort, with recycling bins being installed in residential areas, retail stores and public places.A new program, recycled glass bottles, is now in place at a new recycling center in Berkeley.The bins are being placed in the basement of the Berkeley Recycling Center.“The bins that are in the center are being […]

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Oil recycling: The good, the bad and the ugly

The government wants to scrap an auto-zone oil-recycling scheme in the country.The move is part of a nationwide programme to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030 and aims to reduce emissions by 80% by 2050.The government has decided to scrap the auto-zones pilot programme after it came under pressure from stakeholders, including the petroleum industry, which said the scheme […]

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What you need to know about recycling

The recycling industry has exploded in popularity since the Great Recession.But as the recycling rate has surged, a growing number of households have found it difficult to afford to buy a new box of paper every year.A new study released this week by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finds that about a quarter of Americans — 26 million Americans — […]

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When glass bottle recycler puppies and puppies bottle up to 30 times a day, it’s a win-win for them

Glass bottle recyclers and their owners are happy when their bottles are recycled and reused, but when it comes to puppies, they are getting less.Glass bottle recycolators and their dogs bottle up nearly 30 times each day.The puppy recycling industry in the U.S. has seen a drop in the number of puppies bottle recycling since the 2016 federal ban on […]

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