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... via condensate filtering, usable recyclables are immediately extracted for reuse (plastics, ferrous metals, aluminum, glass, wood, etc.). Level 2 Recursive Organic materials from the original waste stream ...
... save resources, such as with large scraps of aluminum, this will be reflected in market prices, and voluntary recycling will take place. Thus, there is no need for the government to mandate it. Tree farmers ...
... to rising energy costs. Recycling aluminum uses only 5% of the energy required by virgin production; glass, paper and metals have less dramatic but very significant energy savings when recycled feedstock ...
... prime to lower quality materials as steel is recycled repeatedly. 42% of crude steel produced is recycled material. Non-ferrous metals Aluminum is one of the most efficient and widely-recycled materials. ...
... by magnetic eddy currents. A rotating magnetic field induces an electric current around the aluminum cans, which in turn creates a magnetic eddy current inside the cans. This magnetic eddy current is repulsed ...
... analysis Environmental effects of recyclingMaterialEnergy SavingsAir Pollution SavingsAluminum 95% 95% Cardboard 24% — Glass 5-30% 20% Paper 40% 73% Plastics 70% — Steel 60% — There is some debate over ...
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