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Jeremy

Interested in green lifestyle, blogging and sports. Always searching for ways to improve myself and the environment around me. Editor for dorecycling.com

Aluminum recycling saves car manufacturers millions
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Aluminum recycling saves car manufacturers millions

What’s in common to Ford and Jaguar besides that they both are car manufacturers? They both are implementing aluminum recycling programs in the manufacturing process of their newest models that lets them save the environment and save money, too.

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25 May 2016
Prepare your recyclables for recycling
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Prepare your recyclables for recycling

Even though anyone can recycle, there are a few basic things that you should do before recycling. And one of these things is that you can properly prepare the recyclable materials for recycling.

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11 May 2016
The Dark Side of Recycling
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The Dark Side of Recycling

Recycling is considered one of the best thing you can do for the environment. But to those who are working in the recycling industry, this process can actually be dangerous, which means that there is a dark side to recycling.

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27 Apr 2016
Recycling festivals
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Recycling festivals

Music festivals aren’t the only type of festivals. Since people are thinking more about green living, recycling festivals have become popular, too.

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13 Apr 2016
Can you recycle aluminum foil?
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Can you recycle aluminum foil?

Aluminum foil is made from 100% aluminum, making it pure aluminum, just like the one that aluminum cans or other aluminum objects are made out off. That means that aluminum foil is also totally recyclable. However, not all aluminum recycling facilities accept aluminum.

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22 Mar 2016
Aluminum recycling during WW2
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Aluminum recycling during WW2

Second World War was a tough time for everyone because it was a war that involved more than 30 different countries and around 73 million people lost their lives during this war. To be able to fight this war many countries had to go to extreme measures to be able to provide their soldiers with the necessary equipment, and one of them was metal and especially aluminum recycling.

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23 Feb 2016
Principles of green living
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Principles of green living

Although I have been living a green, sustainable lifestyle for a while now taking the environment and my impact on it into consideration in whatever I do, I realized that I have never defined concrete principles of green living. So I thought it was time...

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09 Feb 2016
How much natural resources we have left?
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How much natural resources we have left?

There are two types of natural resources – those that are renewable and those that are not. Although the amount of renewable resources at our disposal can shrink they won’t ever run out because they like their name suggests are in fact renewable and will...

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29 Jan 2016
Green Dot symbol
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Green Dot symbol

Many associate recycling or green living for that matter with the symbol of white and green arrows swirling together. That symbol is called the Green Dot symbol. It often is called the “the recycling symbol” and it actually is quite accurate description of the symbol...

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11 Jan 2016
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