What Are the Effects of Recycling?


It's a fantastic idea to start recycling. When we recycle, we reduce the amount of trash that ends up in landfills which would normally take up space that could be used for other things. When we recycle materials that can be used again such as paper, we don't have to cut down as many trees which absorb much of the carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
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The only negative effect of recycling ironically is pollution. This could be pollution from the machinery to pick up the recycling, or to transport the items around the plant, or the energy consumed to process the materials, or any sort of water that is used to process the materials. Ideally, all of these expenditures or byproducts would be compensated for in some manner.
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