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The Process of Textile Recycling

Textile recycling refers to a process in which you recover previously used textiles to reuse them. This process has numerous benefits, such as reducing the number of landfills, conserving resources, and reducing pollution related to the production of new textiles. To make such benefits possible, one must complete several steps throughout the process of textile…

Where OCC Packaging Waste Ends Up (and What to Do with It)

Corrugated cardboard waste is produced in large quantities due to the cardboard’s popularity as an ideal packaging material. Throughout the delivery process of packaged materials, these cardboard boxes end up in a variety of different locations—from distribution centers to consumers’ homes. As the demand for cardboard boxes continues to rise to satisfy increasing packaging demands,…

How Optical Sorting Systems Work for Recycling

Effectively sorting waste is essential to the recycling process. If waste isn’t properly sorted, recycling contamination can occur—which leads to excessive waste quantities. In addition, improperly sorted waste could cause costly damages to recycling equipment, halt the recycling process, and pose serious safety threats to recycling workers. One of the most advanced and effective ways…

The Main Benefits of Turning Waste into Energy

  As the number of landfills spanning the globe continues to increase, finding sustainable ways to dispose of waste becomes increasingly important. In addition to their unsightly appearance, landfills have several negative impacts on the environment. Fortunately, more sustainable and environmentally friendly ways to dispose of waste includes turning it into energy. The process of…

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