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Recycling is for the good of humankind In my opinion recycling is a vital part to our survival If we destroy all the nature then we would have depleting amount of oxygen because the plants will not reuse the air and turn carbon monoxide into breathable air Recycling is also starting to be more and more economical then dumping our waste on landfills Therefore there are two major reasons for recycling 1 Help to decrease or not to increase the air pollution and 2 just to save money which then could be used for the good of the citycountry So why dont we just do the most logical thing here Which is to recycle The problem with discarding paper cans etc on landfills is not as much that we pollute the air but the fact that to replace everything we threw out we will have to cut down more trees and destroy much more of our environment then we would from dumping Just imagine how many trees we have to cut for every ton of paper Recycling would help to conserve the energy of nature that is it would give environment a chance to revive to replenish the energy it lost due to our industrialization Also another hazardous effect that the pollution might cause is to make a hole in our atmosphere In order for these to not occur we have to keep recycling Some products may be recycled indefinitely which means no using up of the environmental resources Another reason for switching to recycling is that it may become cheaper then loading up trucks and having them unload our waste in landfills in other states very soon In some places this is already true For example in New Jersey about 158 is spent to pick up a ton of garbage and unload it somewhere far away when to recycle that same ton would cost about 130-140 Also another reason for recycling is that there
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