Infographic: Top 10 Reasons to Recycle

One of the most positive things to save our world is to practice recycling, which is important for both nature and us. Recycling plays a vital role in reducing the negative impact of waste which is generated daily. So everybody has to take this opportunity and encourage each other to start recycling and save our planet. With Recycling, we can decrease the adverse effect caused by waste products.

There are many things through which we  can reduce the negative effects of the generated waste and encourage each other for recycling. Following points are very helpful:

  • Use of Natural Resources
  • Plantation of as many trees as we can
  • Filtration of waste water
  • Less use of Electricity
  • Less use of vehicle
  • Stop burning fossil fuels
  • Use of Paper bag instead of Plastic Bags
  • Storage of rainwater
  • Use of Solar Energy
  • Use of Recycle Products
  • Stop use of Polythene

These are the few points that will help to save our planet. Because when we reuse things or make them into new things, the product is not wasted and not thrown in a dustbin so it directly minimizes the increase of new products. By using waste items constructively, we can gradually diminish the measure of our landfills.

Recycling has many benefits it reduces waste, better for the environment, prevent global warming, Protect wildlife, prevent water pollution and many. With Recycling, we can minimize harmful toxins, fuels and greenhouse gasses released from waste.It helps to reduce the water and air pollution caused by waste. So with this infographic, we have taken this opportunity to explain the helpful points why recycling is important and why everyone should start and encourage recycling today because it’s good for our planet.

Source: http://www.ecogreenitrecycling.co.uk/

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  • My wife and I are wanting to start recycling starting next year, so thanks for sharing this. I like your point about how you save money by reusing things like plastic bags and paper. We'll try to make more of an effort to do this so we can help the earth while also saving money.

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