Recyclable plastics are usually small, light, and disposable and can be identified by the number and symbol pressed into the bottom of the plastic. This symbol and number is called the resin identification code and is important as it's the product's recycling ID. The recycling center will use this ID to sort and recycle the plastic and determine which plastic is non-recyclable and must be discarded.
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People are awesome, and those who choose to recycle do it not for financial gain but to avoid the very real and devastating environmental impacts of not recycling. To be clear, when we recycle, we are active in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, preventing global pollution, and the spread of disease. Furthermore, we achieve all of this whilst also securing the earth's natural resources for our future generations. However, to prove all of these claims and more, we must look deeper into recycling and a product's life from its conception to its creation.
Due to the lack of a nationally standardized system for recycling, it’s not always easy to know what you can recycle at home. Glass, metal, and paper are easy wins, but what about plastics, lightbulbs, or motor oil? How do we dispose of these? Well, to answer these questions and more, here are the basics to set up your home for recycling success.
To highlight our oceans' fragility and the abundance of life that they support, I have pulled together 27 beautiful ocean quotes. These quotes stir the mind and, in doing so, remind us of the ocean's beauty and the joy that they bring. Please help to protect our oceans because “We know that when we protect our oceans we’re protecting our future.” – (William J. Clinton) Enjoy
We have now reached the point where all marine life is being impacted in some way by human-generated ocean pollution. The proof of this can be seen with the estimated loss of life of marine animals reaching up to 100 million per year. And the rise in areas of the ocean where no life exists at all. Therefore, to highlight our oceans' fragility and the plight that lies before them, I have pulled together 27 great quotes highlighting the damage we are doing.
Every day marine life is being deafened by noise, poisoned by toxins, and choked by the 8 million pieces of plastic that enter our oceans daily. However, to most people, earth's seven oceans seem vast and totally impervious to our actions. Therefore to highlight the fragility of our oceans and the life that it supports, I have pulled together 27 great quotes that can stir the mind and provoke action. Enjoy
Today's corporate business needs to be both eco-friendly and ethical whilst also being proactive with recycling and other sustainability measures. Many corporations have recognized this and have taken positive action. For those who are being left behind or those who need a little extra inspiration, don't worry. I have collated 27 recycling and sustainability quotes, especially for the forward-looking ethical business, to help you on your way.
The true definition and meaning of sustainability are often quoted as being: "Development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." However, this is a very dry, sterile, and complete definition. It is my belief that this definition stifles discussion and prevents deep thinking about the subject. But for the subject of sustainability to remain relevant, I also believe we have to keep the conversation going and remember why we need to work at it. To that end, I have collected 27 great quotes that put questions into the brain, causing it to stop, reflect, consider, and react.