Can Energy Be Recycled?

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Energy itself can't be recycled but it doesn't entirely dissipate either. For instance when a light bulb is turned on it releases heat, this heat can be used but the output of usable energy is going to be much smaller than the energy required to power the light bulb initially.
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Recycling saves energy because the manufacturer does not have to create products from raw materials. This means that they don't have to harvest, extract and process the raw materials
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Energy just changes to different forms, so "recycle" might not be the right word. However, if you mean more like what *sources* of energy can be reused. things like solar
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Plants convert sunlight to carbohydrates through photosynthesis. Plants convert sunlight to stored energy through photosynthesis. They combine sunlight with carbon dioxide and water
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Energy isn't recycled because it can't fit into a curbside recycle bin with a
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