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by Raymond J. Ehrig
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Plastic recycling is the process of recovering scrap or waste plastic and reprocessing the material into useful products. Since the majority of plastic is non-biodegradable, recycling is a part of global efforts to reduce plastic in the waste stream, especially the approximately 8 million metric tonnes of waste plastic that enters the Earth's ocean every year.
Hand book of solid waste. This paper evaluates the recycling of plastic waste with the more conventional incineration of plastic waste, using data for the Netherlands. Plastic products in developing and civilizing countries are growing continuously, in Asia and the Pacific, the consumer demand for non-biodegradable plastics has raised dramatically due to tremendous petroleum storages and economic progresses. Both options have specific revenues and costs.
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The book covers all aspects of solid waste processing, volume reduction, and recycling, encompassing typical recyclable materials .
The book covers all aspects of solid waste processing, volume reduction, and recycling, encompassing typical recyclable materials (paper, plastics, cans, and organics), construction and demolition debris, electronics, and more. This book also takes on industry debates such as the merits of curbside-sort versus single-stream recycling and the use of advanced technology in materials recovery facilities. It provides key facts and figures, and brief summaries of legislation in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
Plastics recycling should be weighed against the eventual risks related to. .
Plastics recycling should be weighed against the eventual risks related to their hazardous ingredients, mainly legacy brominated fire retardants and heavy metals. Another paper is related to a somewhat similar problem, yet involving a different mix of plastics: recycling plastics from automotive shredder residue. Buekens A (2002) Studies on dioxin formation in metallurgical processes, chloride metallurgy 2002, practice and theory of chloride/metal interaction, annual hydrometallurgy Meeting, 32nd, Montreal, pp 87–112Google Scholar.
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This book compliments the earlier book in the Wiley Series in Polymer Science, which described more broadly .
This book compliments the earlier book in the Wiley Series in Polymer Science, which described more broadly general polymer recycling. This book is a valuable guide to industries and workers involved in the recycling of waste plastics, suitable for polymer and material scientists, plastics engineers, environmental engineers, postgraduate polymer students, waste consultants, government agencies and policy makers.
The book addresses several material flows, including iron, steel, aluminum and other . 3. Imperfect Competition in Product and Recycling Markets.
It also details various recycling technologies as well as recovery and collection techniques. To completely round out the picture of recycling, the book considers policy and economic implications, including the impact of recycling on energy use, sustainable development, and the environment. Policy Instruments in an International Market for Waste and Materials.
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