Pros And Dangers Of Recycling

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Lenares, Recy Anne C. Mortillero, Clim M. BODY English 23 (11:00-12:30PM) May 12, 2015 The earth is suffering from many calamities, such as typhoons, earthquakes, floods, etc., made by the people without responsibly knowing how to prevent such. Recycling is one of the best ways to prevent this from happening. Mandatory recycling is meant for keeping the environment of a business clean and ultimately reduces the global warming. According to the City of Jeannette, Pennsylvania (2015), people know that recycling plays an important role in managing the garbage generated in homes and businesses, it reduces the need for landfills and incinerators. Recycling is an important strategy for reducing the environmental impacts of industrial production. It saves energy, reduces emissions of greenhouse gases and other dangerous air and water pollutants, and it conserves scarce natural resources. Based on the popular website, greenguardian.com (2015), recycling is a very helpful instrument to prevent global warming. Global warming is the environmental issue that never stops because it causes us troubles in our daily lives. But then, through recycling, we can lessen these troubles because recycling helps to save energy from the production of goods, preserve trees that are used in making paper, and it also contributes water conservation. “Garbage”, as reported by California Against Waste (2015), “is a major contributor to global warming. Solid waste landfills are the single largest man-made
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