“A classic tale - a man finds a severed head in his recycling bin, takes it into his house, cleans it up, takes it on a bus, buys it a hat, cooks it dinner, argues with it and then watches T.V - but with a modern twist.”-Maplekar, 121 (Anecdote)
“The case for recycling is strong. The bottom line is clear. Recycling requires a trivial amount of our time. Recycling saves money and reduces pollution. Recycling creates more jobs than land-filling or incineration. And a largely ignored but very important consideration, recycling reduces our need to dump our garbage in someone else's backyard.” (David Morris, Institute for Local Self-Reliance, 158)
”If we don't make the time to recycle, what will happen to our planet? If we don't act now, will it be too late? If we don't do something, who will?”
(Powell, Chris; Paton, George E. C., 1988), Recycle and society: resistance and control. Macmillan. p.67)
Recycling is the process of taking materials that are no longer needed and turning them into new products that can be used. The benefits of recycling include reduced environmental degradation and greenhouse gas emissions, economic savings, and job creation. A variety of products can be recycled; the complexity of the process depends on the materials being recycled and those being generated. It is important to keep in mind that recycling is the last step in waste reduction: the first step is reducing consumption of products, the second step is reusing the products that are consumed, and the third step, as a last resort, is recycling products that can no longer be reused. (Coté, 2009)
In the most basic terms, recycling is taking a product that is no longer useful or wanted and remanufacturing it into another product that can be used instead of sending it to the landfill. Recycling can even be as simple as reusing an item for a purpose different from its original intention, such as making old cereal boxes into magazine holders. Although numerous items can be recycled, some of the most common products include aluminum, glass, paper, steel, and plastic bottles.
There is a statement which the entire report would conclude which reflects as either its approval or rejection based on the factual information.
Recycling should be considered as a mandatory element in the society based on its benefits it gives.
The discussion to prove or nullify this statement is based on the fact that recycling leads to several realities such as incur of cost while doing this process of recycling, and the fact that is not measurable is the environmental and social advantages which are gained to individuals as well as the society itself in large. (Davies, 2010)
The first part of the publication on which this discussion is based on is where the author (Daniel K. Benjamin, 2009) highlighted mainly on major issue that the study of recycling presents is positioned at a philosophical level and concerns the ways in which both societies and individuals view ...