Reduce, Reuse, Recycle The Three R’s To Saving Our Environment

What is recycling? Google Dictionary defines Recycling as”The action or process of converting waste into reusable material. Basically it boils down to using one item over and over again. For example plastic water bottles. Once we are finished with them we used to throw them away taking up valuable landfill space that in many areas are filling up quickly with no where to expand. This is a scary statistic.

Instead of throwing it out reuse the bottle time and time again. You can put the bottles into a recycling bin. When this bin gets full take the plastic bottles to a bottle depot to earn extra money. At times depending on the size of the bottles you can earn $30 and above.

Reduce, Reuse,Recycle three very simple but yet powerful words to protect our environment . These three words were found on a website set up by children gttps://niehs.nih.gov

According to this website the environment is everything around you, including the air, water, plants and man made things which leads us to our next topic What Is Waste?

Waste is anything we throw away. How do we reduce waste? A well known Canadian Environmentalist David Suzuki https://davidsuzuki.org

Here are simple things we can do to reduce our waste. Choose reusable produce bags. According to him the earth does not need more plastic, recycling isn’t the answer, grocery stores are going zero waste, we should to.

Other uses for paper bags

  1. Easy for kids to open
  2. Bulk dry goods
  3. Over a counter top fruit bowl to lock out fruit flies
  4. Over a mason jar to sprout seeds
  5. Hold whole spices when making ,chai, steeping nulling spices
  6. To strain yogurt or almonds

Recycling is very important as waste has a huge negative impact on the natural environment. Harmful chemicals and greenhouse gases are released from rubbish in landfill sites. Recycling requires much less energy and therefore help tp preserve natural resources.

Recycling Batteries

According to Environment Protection Agency each year Americans throw away more than 3 billion batteries. That’s about 18,000 tons of batteries. More than 86 000 of these are single use alkaline batteries. Placed end to end those dead batteries alone would circle the earth at least six times.

These batteries contain deadly chemicals such as Mercury and other toxins are leaked into the environment every day. Other metals found in batteries are nickel, Cadmium, Cobalt and Lead.. These can cause various diseases such as lung damage, kidney disease and death. They can also damage the nervous system and reproductive system.

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Thank you for reading this blog and stay tuned for more.

Wade Ritter Presidenthttps://acleanearth.blog

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