IDEAS ON IMPROVING THE RECYCLING PROCESS
Recycling is the process of changing wastefull materials into a new product, preventing the generation of waste from valuable materials, reducing the usage of new, raw materials and energy, but also reducing air pollution (primarily by burning waste) and water (by washing away pesticides and active substances with arable land). The same process also reduces greenhouse gas emissions, compared to creating plastics matters. It is a major component, if not THE leading component of the modern waste reduction process and the third component in the "Reduce, reuse, RECYCLE" waste hierarchy.
Materials that can be recycled: Glass, paper, plastic, textile, electronical and electrical devices.
Composting or other reuse of biodegradable waste - such as food or garden waste - is also a form of formerly mentioned procedure. In order to come full circle, some of the waste is necessary to collect, sort, transport and recycle it into new materials, suitable for further production.