RECYCLING

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RECYCLING by Mind Map: RECYCLING

1. Legislation

1.1. Supply

1.2. Government-mandated demand

2. Process

2.1. Collection

2.1.1. "drop-off centres", "buy-back centres" and "curbside collection".[

2.2. Sorting

2.2.1. Once commingled recyclates are collected and delivered to a central collection facility

3. Criticism

3.1. Saves energy

3.2. Saves money

3.3. Working conditions

3.4. Saves trees

3.5. Possible income loss and social costs

4. History

4.1. Early recycling

4.2. Wartime recycling

4.3. Post-war recycling

5. Common recyclables

5.1. BATTERIES

5.1.1. Sorted into similar kinds and each kind requires an individual recycling process.

5.2. CLOTHES

5.3. GLASS

5.3.1. Glass can be recycled indefinitely as its structure does not deteriorate when reprocessed.

5.4. PAPER

5.4.1. Paper can be recycled by reducing it to pulp and combining it with pulp from newly harvested wood.