From ages, societies are struggling to manage their own waste hygienically and sustainably. As green technology is gaining more attention in waste management systems. Following are some of the most trending new technologies highlighting themselves into the trash spotlight.
Majority of the materials that our community uses on a daily basis are changing. Due to the ever-changing product and material, newer types of plastics have been created. At EcoTrash, find out the best way to recycle at home and how to recycle on a larger scale.
All About Recycling!
Plastics seem to be more used material in daily life. Figuring out how to recycle plastic could be a trickier process, and how to recycle or reuse recyclable materials our community often lacks knowledge which misses the mark.
At Ecotrash, we help our customers how to recycle waste which items should be reused and recycled and which cannot and educate customers with the effort to reduce the disposable materials end up at landfills.
Plastics bags like grocery bags should never be put in a household bin. It should be kept separately as while recycling they can cause damage in sorting machines. Just a small tip to keep the plastic bags clean and dry so they can be reused.
Single Stream Recycling
Ecotrash has a solution to overcome the confusions regarding recycling which is called Single Stream Recycling also referred as fully combined and simple-sorted recycling. In single stream recycling process mixed materials are processed in systems designed to handle these materials and later they are transferred to materials recovery facility. And then finally the materials are separated for reuse.
What can be recycled?
So let us help you with little more information on which items can be recycled.
Here’s a list of everything which can be recycled using Ecotrash Services.
- Cartons & Juice Boxes
- Paper (newspaper, brown paper bags, magazines, corrugated containers, junk mail, high-grade paper, cereal boxes and telephone books)
- Tin/Steel Cans
- Rigid Plastics (toys, litter boxes and buckets)
- Cardboard (flattened)
- Empty Aerosol Cans
Start Recycling Better off Today!