Thursday, March 3, 2016

SAUDI TURF TEAM ource Reduction - Reuse and Recycling

SAUDI TURF TEAM ource Reduction -
Reuse and Recycling

The catchphrase in this area is "P2"-pollution prevention. Source reduction means making less waste in the first place, with a secondary goal of reducing the toxicity of the waste that still exists. In today's throwaway society, it's a long-term solution, but more and more products are being designed and used in ways that reduce their chances of ending up in the trash, and market research indicates consumers think positively about companies making these extra efforts.
Some examples of source reduction include:

Decreased use of mercury in dry-cell batteries and the introduction of many types of rechargeable batteries
Advanced resin technology, which means milk cartons and plastic bags made with fewer materials
Advances in tire design, which have increased the useful life of automotive tires by 45 percent since the 1980s.

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