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Segregation of waste brings tangible benefits:

  • reducing the mass of waste that pollutes the environment,
  • increasing environmental awareness,
  • developing habits of orderliness, thrift and economy,
  • reducing the threat to the environment and human health,
  • extending the life of the landfill,
  • acquisition of secondary raw materials,
  • lower consumption of natural resources,
  • orderly waste management,
  • cheaper system of selective waste collection,
  • reduced cost of operating the landfill,

Paper recycling:

  • reduces energy consumption by 75%
  • protects 17 trees from being cut down in the production of each ton (only recycled paper is used in the production of recycled paper!)
  • reduces water consumption by about 60%
  • reduces air pollution by about 75%

Re-circulating a stack of newspapers 125 cm high saves a 6-meter pine tree. The cellulose fibers used to make paper can be recycled 6 times! Glass recycling: Glass products are often found in our homes. They are harmless, durable, airtight and aesthetically pleasing. They are perfectly suitable for wide use, moreover, they can be re-melted into other products an unlimited number of times.

Glass recycling:

  • reduces the extraction of raw materials for glass production (sand, limestone, soda, etc.), thereby reducing environmental degradation,
  • reduces water consumption used in production by about 50%,
  • saves energy consumed in the production process by about 30%,
  • reduces production waste by 97%,
  • reduces air pollution by 14-20%.

Plastics: They are created by processing crude oil, a non-renewable resource whose reserves are shrinking at an alarming rate. Unfortunately, due to their chemical structure, they are practically undegradable. They must also not be burned, as a great deal of carcinogens then enter the air.