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Recycling clothes

Recycling is one of the most rapidly and successfully evolving procedures of environmental conservation. In fact, it is among the most talked about issue these days and the increasing number of people is participating in recycling waste in varied ways. People have realized the importance to save the environment and thus they are trying their […]

Used rails scrap

Commodity:used rails scrap Quality: R 50 / R 65 length 1.5M and above Origin : Togo/West Africa Qty : Min. 30,000 mt Price : USD 395 CIF Chemical structure of the used rail scrap is: C – 0.71 – 0.84% Mn-0.75 – 1.25 % Si- 0.18 – 0.55% S – Not more than 0.045% P […]

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Recycling oily paper/cloth

It is difficult to recycle oily paper, so it is advisable to dispose it off along with  solid waste  at the dump. Clothing may be sent to the thrift store or cut up for rags In case you’re interested in knowing more info on photo poster printing, stop by http://printearly.com Cut To Size Plastic Pieces […]

Vermicompost

Organic waste can be converted into manure by using earthworms.   This is an eco friendly way of disposing off biodegradable wastes.

Plastic recycling

There are many ways in which plastics may be re-cycled, depending on the plastic grade and condition of the plastic. The plastic is first sorted by type of plastic. 1. For plastic bottles and similar moulded products,  ground up into small pieces and then moulded or  extruded into new items (usually refuse sacks & rubbish […]

Recycling household waste

In most poor or developing countries, due to the scarcity of resources,  waste material is rarely thrown away. It is recycled, and the local scrap dealer will pay the person some money depending on the resale value of the goods. On the other hand, people in developed countries often have to pay the recyclers or […]