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How Recycling Helps To Improve the World

How Recycling Helps To Improve the World

It has taken several decades to catch on, but with things like over-pollution and global warming occurring at alarming rates, the world population is beginning to take notice. If you question whether recycling helps combat these problems, here is a list of measures on how recycling helps to improve the world from its current state.

Recycling Conserves Massive Amounts of Energy

It takes lots of energy to create products. Along with those products comes trash. When we recycle, we cut back on energy used by waste management systems to process and destroy our trash. The energy we use for this process comes from gasoline and oil. Natural gases are also used in the production of energy. So, the less of these products we use daily, the less we pollute our planet.

Limits Greenhouse Gases From Attacking

When we burn petroleum and natural gas, we emit chemicals into the air, which float into the atmosphere and attach themselves to the ozone layer. Over time, they create a heat source because they cannot escape the ozone, so the temperatures continue to rise globally as years pass. When we recycle, none of these emissions are being produced, which cuts back on much of the greenhouse gas.

Builds Up Our Ecosystems

Much of our planet is in rubble due to the amount of trash we have accumulated and left in every square inch you look at worldwide. This is a huge problem because much of the trash doesn’t biodegrade, such as plastics and CFCs. That’s why there is a proper way of disposing of and recycling the electronic waste as an example. This harms the environment, killing animals and destroying plant life which was natural habitats. By properly recycling, we reduce this pollution and allow the earth to replenish itself naturally.

There are so many ways that we are impacting the future state of the world today. Recycling helps to improve the world from the levels of pollution that we have accumulated, but this is only the first step toward a brighter tomorrow.

Written by Dianne Pajo

Dianne Pajo is a writer based out of the Chicagoland area with a passion for music, combat sports, and animals. She enjoys competing in amateur boxing and kickboxing, but in her other leisure time, you can find her performing music around the city. She is also a dog mom of 2.

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