CANADIANS PRODUCE STAGGERING AMOUNT OF GARBAGE
Did you know that waste does not exist in nature? Our planet’s ecological systems continually recycle water, minerals and nutrients through the sunlight energy, plants, animals and bacteria. The waste that humans produce is called garbage.
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FIVE WASTE & RECYCLING TRENDS
The waste and recycling industry is continually going through changes, especially more recently with the eco-movement. People are thinking about ways to help the environment more now than they ever have before. We continue to see new developments, innovations, and even new problems in sustainability and recycling efforts. Here are 5 trends in the waste and recycling industry:
THE FUTURE OF RECYCLING
Ever think of what the future of waste disposal and recycling might look like? At Draglam Waste & Recycling, we have thought of some surprising possibilities that could come to a city near you sooner than you might think.
Recycling is an important component of protecting the environment and helping our local communities. Recycling helps conserve resources and energy, preserves valuable landfill space and supports a healthy environment. At Draglam Waste & Recycling, we carefully sort all waste to maximize recycling efforts, significantly reducing the amount of waste going to landfills. Our current system allows us to efficiently recycle over 75% of the materials that come into the transfer stations.