Waste recycling: Ecology

The process involving the conversion of waste products into useful subjects that help in lowering down the pollutants level on earth surface as it keeps the waste away from the landfills where they might contaminate the water system flowing down the earth surface; it is a useful advancement to save energy. 34 per cent of the wastes created by Americans are being recycled and countries like Austria and Germany are carrying out the highest recycling rates at 63 and 62 per cent respectively. Historically, increases in waste generation have had a clear statistical relationship with gross domestic product per capita: the stronger the economy, the more waste. Yet some countries have successfully decoupled economic growth from waste. Even with more income, less landfilling means more source reduction, reuse, and recycling which, in turn, reduces climate impact. Early studies about "green jobs" indicate that recycling and composting create much more employment than disposal, providing opportunities for training, employment, and new investment in next-generation waste technologies.

  • Hazardous Radioactive, Biological and Chemical Waste
  • Waste Disposal
  • Collection and Processing
  • Manufacturing
  • Environmental Importance

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