What would you like to do?
Recycling They re-use it.
i makes it a better place to live and keeps the land fills smaller
Recycling can help the Earth in many ways. If you recycle paper, you save trees, which in turn reduces the amount of carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and reduce global w…arming. Trees photosynthesise, where they take in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and give out oxygen. Carbon dioxide is the main reason for global warming as it traps the Sun's heat in Earth's atmosphere. If you recycle aluminum, you save energy, as it takes much less energy to melt cans into fresh aluminum. Most energy comes from electricity produced by burning coal, so you cut down on carbon dioxide. The same with glass.
it keeps trees from being chopped down which helps the environment by providing more oxygen
this helps by not using up all of recourse . what do you think?
Because of horrible greed for "Convienence"
Recyclable items(that have been recycled) help the Earth by not increasing the amount of waste in landfills thus not creating precious land to be polluted and wasted on …garbage. Also toxins like PCB aren't added to the air when trash in landfills are burned
What we can do is maybe to try to find aalternative for fossil fuels like solar power or wind mills.
That's not true, there is so much you can do to help the earth! Arrange beach pick-ups, use less electricity, invest in alternative energy sources... the list is endless. Ther…e are sites devoted to all kinds of means to help the earth, such as www.Care2.com Recycling is very important however, and it is more than just paper and plastic that needs to be recycled. Electronic waste, e-waste, e-scrap, or Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) describes loosely discarded, surplus, obsolete, broken, electrical or electronic devices. The processing of electronic waste in developing countries causes serious health and pollution problems because electronic equipment contains some very serious contaminants such as lead, cadmium, beryllium and brominated flame retardants. Even in developed countries recycling and disposal of e-waste involves significant risk for examples to workers and communities and great care must be taken to avoid unsafe exposure in recycling operations and leaching of materials such as heavy metals from landfills and incinerator ashes. If you are in the United States a good company to recycle your electronics with is All Green Electronics Recycling. All Green Electronics Recycling offers free pick-up and drop-off in the United States for your old computers, televisions, printers, monitors, cell phones and all other outdated electronics. THEY DO NOT EXPORT! Check out www.AllGreenRecycling.com or call(800)780-0347
It help because you can reuse it again when you recycle it
The Recycle bin protect your files from accidental deletion by when you delete a file it get stored in the recycle bin until your clear it from the recycle bin. This helps you… to recover from the recycle bin just in case you delete it zonda2323
well if you dont help the earth then global warning is coming close. so help and recycle a lot and global warning is when the earth and its weather changes randomly. if its re…ally serious then the world will melt down and everyone will die.
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it helps becuse of all the trees we cut down trees and trees give us more air so the more we recycle the better air we have.
It helps the Earth by keeping reusing and keeping trash off the ground
You don't have to use as much plastic or glass or whatever type of bottle it is and you can save those resources for other uses; like plastic can be recycled into a bin.
Why? Becauz When It is recycled back into Earth in convection zones, more than one plate sinks below another and melts back into Earth.
Recycling is the act of turning something old or used into something new. The recycling of glass, paper, aluminum, plastic and green waste has been going on for years. We are …now starting to recycle items such as computers, mattresses, tetra packaging, tires and almost any product you can think of. Recycling is one of the keys to a sustainable future. But how exactly does recycling your old newspapers and milk bottles help the environment? There are some obvious benefits to the environment when we recycle our waste products. One being that less of our rubbish ends up in landfills and littered around the streets which ultimately ends up in the ocean. This prevents animals from eating and getting caught in the rubbish. It also means less land needs to be cleared to make way for garbage dumps. Recycling prevents habitat destruction, loss of biodiversity, and the soil erosion that is associated with logging and mining, leaving the environment in its natural state. Recycling products such as paper means that fewer trees need to be cut down to meet the paper demands of the world. Every ton of paper recycled is 17 less trees that are cut down. By recycling we conserve our natural resources such as timber, water and minerals making sure that in years to come we have these resources to use and enjoy. Recycling waste also lowers the energy output that is required to produce new products. This means that less green house gases and waste by-products are being added to the environment. It takes 95% less energy to recycle aluminum than it does to make it from raw materials. Making recycled steel saves 60% of the energy required to make new steel. There is a 40% energy saving on creating recycled newspaper as compared to new newspaper. Recycled plastics save up to 70% of energy while recycled glass saves 40%.Recycling this material is therefore much more energy efficient than incinerating or dumping the products. Recycling benefits the environment by creating a net reduction in ten major categories of air pollutants and eight major categories of water pollutants. Remember every little bit of recycling helps. In one year it is said that Stanford University, saved the equivalent of 33,913 trees and the need for 636 tons of iron ore, coal, and limestone by recycling. You can help save and conserve our environment too.