Reduce, Re-use, and Recycle
The more electricity we use, the more fossil fuels we burn and the more pollution goes into the sky. The more water we use, the harder the pumps have to work, therefore using more energy. The more paper we waste, the more trees and animal habitats are destroyed, inevitably leading to many species' extinction, and more pollution, from the machines that destroy them. The more we reuse and recycle, the less we have to waste, and the more of this Earth we can save.
Recycling is one of the best ways to conserve natural resources and to keep the environment green. However, more important than recycling is reducing our consumption of resources, and reusing them wherever possible. In this way we won’t be wasting our precious resources. In fact, reduce and reuse is the best way to conserve, as not all resources can be recycled. For instance recycled water does not essentially make it fit for drinking. So, fresh water has to be conserved at source. We should reduce our consumption of other resources before they are recycled.
I am interested in this topic because there are a lot of people on the planet with limited resources. By conserving our resources lightly we help ensure that there are enough resources to go around and that future generations may enjoy a lifestyle similar to what we have now.
The meaning of reduce, re-use and recycle is the cycle of recycling materials. Reduce means that this process of using thing you no longer need rather than having them stay in heaps on landfills. Reuse means they take the materials you no longer need and transform them into something useful that other people can use. Recycle is when you take materials that you are finished using and recycle them in proper ways. This process will reduce the amount of landfills in the world and reduce global warming and other world issues. While I’m writing this research paper on the three R’s, I would like to concentrate on the main question, what does the...
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