Boisson, Ed; Georgis, Tony
August 2009
Resource Recycling;Aug2009, Vol. 28 Issue 8, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the importance of material recycling efforts to reduce the greenhouse gases emissions (GHG). It notes that recycling can help decrease a significant amount of GHG emissions. It relates that replacing of virgin raw material with recycled raw materials can be of great help in reducing the energy consumption to produce a number of products which could consequently reduce green house gas emissions.


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