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yesfull circle
Oct 07, 2021
In General Discussions
If you’re a recycling nay-sayer, then this blog is for you Around 14 percent of people are either ambivalent about or downright against recycling. The myth they believe is that it is not their responsibility and recycling doesn’t make any difference Seriously, who even cares? If you fall into one of these categories, that’s okay. We’re not judging. The fact that you’re here is fine. It means you want us to convince you that recycling is worthwhile. So here is the big three reasons why you should start recycling. You’re already paying for it One word: Taxes. That’s right, you fund recycling. Your city’s program is actually your program. When it performs, it benefits you, your community and as a whole, the planet. And the more you recycle, the less your community needs to landfill. The emissions through landfilling gets reduced to greater extent and ultimately the space required for landfilling gets reduced Recycling programs that perform how they should can pay for themselves, but it requires full buy-in from every single stakeholder. Are you in? Good for the economy Recycling creates employment opportunities. In the U.Sthe employment potential is about 2.39 – 4.05 jobs per 1,000 tonnes of diverted waste. For our Canadian friends, that’s something like 5 job opportunities per 1,000 tonnes of diverted waste. Read More About Ciclk Here : https://yesfullcircle.com/the-biggest-question-why-recycling-matters/
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yesfull circle
Oct 05, 2021
In General Discussions
In this fast-moving world, there are a lot of things to consider for the average business. One of the more important things to think about is the implications of the business on the environment. Think of big brands such as Coca Cola and Pepsi who received such major backlash when their plastic bottles started showing up in the oceans and suddenly, the popularity of these brands dropped so fast that they had to change their whole manufacturing strategy. Even though some companies are now taking care to not be the cause of harming the environment, most businesses still do not know how to implement proper waste management. For these businesses, Y.E.S Full Circle Solutions has come up with the best solution to solve this issue using the concept of Circular economy in Dubai.
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yesfull circle
Sep 01, 2021
In General Discussions
We are all aware of the harmful effects of improper waste management. In fact, everyone is sort of aware and there have been plenty of campaigns promoted by International Welfare Organizations that have been met with a lot of support. That support has led multiple cleanliness drives and setups for cleaning the waste but that is only half the story. The real challenge is not getting rid of the waste. It’s how we can utilize that waste for the better of the planet. It Reduces the use of Natural Resources: If we were to recycle the materials such as Metal, plastic etc put into waste, we would reduce the need to make more of the same material. It takes a lot less energy, petroleum and water to recycle those materials rather than creating them. If all organizations make this their priority, we can envision less stress on natural resources. This reduction can help reduce high levels of carbon dioxide in the environment. It Reduces Landfill Space: Waste thrown into landfills takes a long time to decompose. Plastic can take up to several decades to fully break down. Just as an example, Recycling one ton of plastic can free up over seven cubic yards of Landfill space. This space can be used for biodegradable waste which is less harmful. It can save animals: We have seen those campaigns in which marine life has been endangered by plastics dumped in the oceans. Not only oceans but birds and other wildlife have also been adversely affected by these waste materials. Recycling will not only protect the wildlife but will also keep waste away from their natural habitats. Conclusion: The United Nations have defined 17 goals that are to be met by the year 2030 that are being heralded as the UN SDG’s. The main purpose of those goals is to move everyone towards sustainable development. Recycling waste has its own major potential that can be fulfilled and converted into a huge asset towards achieving these goals and making our planet more sustainable focused. Not only will it help the community on a grand scale, recycling waste will transform the entire world into the beautiful place it once was.
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