Glass: a successful case study

Glass is an inorganic material that is obtained mainly from silica sand (SiO2, around 70%[1]), calcium carbonate (Ca2CO3, around 15%), limestone (CaCO3, approximately 10%) and other additives, by melting at about 1,500 ºC (2,732 ºF). According to different sources, glass was first manufactured around the year 3500 a.C. in Egypt other sources indicate its origin …

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Recycling is the solution

“Recycle” comes, etymologically speaking, from the Greek word kýklos, which means “orbit or circle,” and by extension, “ordered repetition or recurrence of phenomena.” In Latin, the term becomes cyclus-cycli, adding the prefix: “Re.” (which means repetition). Therefore, the original meaning of the verb “recycle” is “to circulate something or put it back into orbit” (waste …

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Where does our garbage go?

All of the garbage that we generate can be distributed in between different containers or bin types according to the garbage collection model of each city. However, once collected, waste can generally be disposed of in 3 different ways: recycling (including composting), landfill or incineration.

Why Stop Garbage starts?

I consider myself a person sensitive to the environment, everyone has their tendencies. At a professional level, I have worked in different places related to the environment (waste and water) and especially waste and recycling.