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Today I chose to try to persuade everybody into helping every body in this world now and for generations ahead it sounds like a pretty big task but really its very simple All you need to do is recycle Recycling is a very needed thing in order to keep this planet from turning into a trash dumpBetween 1960 and 1986 the amount of American trash has grown 80 from 875mill tons to 157 tons per year not including the 90 million tons created by industry every year In 1988 over 70 of the landfills were closed the US government then had to figure out how we were going to deal with this huge amount of trash each year The 4 main solutions they came up with were opening more landfills incineration shipping out of the country and oh yeah Recycling Three out of these four were very bad both ecologically and ethically But the fourth one on the other hand was very good it reduced energy use to make knew products saved the wilderness by not dumping trash on it and best of all created basically new products without almost any waist Lots of people believe that it is not worth their time to recycle or that whatever they do is insignificant but thats wrong it really takes no longer to throw a can in the recycling bin than in the garbage Anything that anybody recycles makes a difference for instance one aluminum can saves enough energy to run a TV for 3 hours a single glass jar saves enough energy to light a light bulb for 4 hours So for every thing you recycle it does save energy One of the big myths which I think prevents a lot of people from recycling is that not many things can be recycled maybe that was true 15 years ago but not any more Now days almost anything can be recycled to a certain
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