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Revive, Restore, Reimagine: Strengthening Reuse and Repair in 2024

Reuse, reuse, repair, communication, the year 2024 should be marked by the progress of waste prevention in Florida. The multitude of funds for repair and reuse of EPR sectors must make actions to extend the lifespan of objects more concrete. Reuse and reuse, always more Whether via the reuse/reuse fund or via their specifications, twelve…

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Home composting challenges in South Carolina

Composting at home is an essential tool for sorting organic waste at source, gardening or reducing landfilling. Despite a favorable territory and interesting efficiency, this solution is struggling to become widespread. More in-depth support would help with deployment and limit sometimes harmful practices A historical practice that is struggling to expand A practice used for…

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How to sort and recycle hazardous waste

The world was turned upside down by the arrival of COVID-19. A scourge that affected a large part of the world’s population and generated the greatest human loss ever recorded in the history of humanity, after the Black Death. Unfortunately, at present, increasingly deadly variants are emerging, to the great dismay of the medical profession,…

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Unveiling America’s Ecological Wonders: A Journey Through Nature’s Splendor

Embracing America’s Ecological Tapestry Ecology in the United States is a remarkable tapestry, a complex, interconnected web of natural wonders that stretches from sea to sea. In this article, we embark on a journey to discover the diverse ecosystems, the unique wildlife and the efforts made to preserve and protect this incredible ecological heritage. The…

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International Day for Biological Diversity

Reducing environmental impacts in order to preserve nature is one of the reasons for the existence of this International Day for Biological Diversity. During this celebration on May 2024, various organizations 2ill recall the role of each citizen in the preservation of our ecosystems, as well as their importance for human hope. About the Convention…

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Mastering the Art of Packaging: Exploring Extrusion Techniques

Plastic materials are widely used today throughout the world. They are omnipresent and used in the packaging of various products. However, the question that usually arises is how these packaging are produced. Read more to discover the different packaging extrusion techniques used to obtain them. Extrusion techniques in plastics processing In the plastics industry, packaging…

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What is Pollution

Pollution, we hear it every day at school and read about it in newspapers. So what is it? Pollution occurs when pollutants contaminate the natural surroundings. What does it mean for our normal lifestyles? Pollutants are the key elements or components of pollution which are the waste materials of different forms. Pollution disturbs our ecosystem…

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Sampling secondary materials, recycling success

The process of sampling secondary materials is essential for the various technical-economic decisions. Indeed, upon leaving the sorting centers, these secondary raw materials can be exploited again, for better recycling of resources. Sampling secondary materials for successful recycling is important to reduce pollution. It now appears that recycling has become a central concern for many…

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Pollution in the USA

Noise pollution The term “noise pollution” refers to the harm caused by excessive levels of background noise on the environment. Natural disasters such as volcanoes can also have an impact on noise pollution. It is generally accepted that any sound that exceeds 85 decibels is harmful. In addition, the length of time that a person…

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