What Happens to Wasted Energy?

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Wasted energy can be defined as the inefficient or misuse of power. Energy can neither be created nor destroyed so the energy that is wasted is just turned to another form. Waste energy can go through the process of waste to energy where energy is created in the form of heat and electricity.
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It doesn't disappear, it goes into the atmosphere and converts to heat energy which is then used for other uses such as powering something.
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Plutonium is actually a by-product of nuclear fission (uranium used as an energy source) Through refinement of this waste product, it can be further used as a weapons-grade substance
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as of April 2012, nothing. What I observed then, the van that takes garbage from the segregated bins, collected garbage into just one bigger bin. Which pretty much means the segregation
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by leaving the light on.
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