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The guide that tells you how to recycle

18 November 2016

Find out the best ways to reduce waste and become green

The overurbanization and the remarkable growth of trash-production are actually big problems. The divided wasted is already a solid practice that we cannot avoid any more in order to guarantee a sustainable development. With the collaboration and participation of everybody when comes to deal with the routinely actions, starting from separated waste bins we can recycle and re-utilize useful resources. It is enough to separate materials and throw them in the correct receptacles in order to improve the future of our earth.

The TGW cares about eco-sustainability and promotes it every day. For this reason, we will offer to our users a practice guide that contains the best ways to dump garbage. In this article, we introduce the good green practices, that we recommend to prior implement in order to reduce the trash-production, afterwards we analyze the right rules for adopt a correct recycling method, according to the material that has to be dumped.

Before talking about recycling we think that is fundamental to present some “precautionary actions” that a sustainable lifestyle requires. Making some decisions instead of others can make a big difference, meaning that adopting a certain behavior can decrease trash creation, thus the problem related to its disposal. When comes to buy a product it is included in the purchase the packaging, therefore we need to acquire awareness of our consumptions.

Every consumer should reflect before buying goods, trying to avoid all those that have big or futile packaging and addressing his/her consumptions towards eco-friendly products. An important rule is to never buy single-use or disposable products, such as plastic glasses and dishes, razors and paper towels. Utilizing products that can be returned or re-charged is much better for the environment. Obviously, when you go shopping it is better to use re-utilizable shopper bags made in cotton, hemp, jute and polyethylene. 

We have to learn how to use many times all the goods we own and before throwing them away try to repair them is more eco-friendly than buy new ones. Finding new solutions, different than the traditional uses, for old objects that otherwise should be dumped is a good practice that stimulate creativity. Reutilize, recycling and recover are key words for a better future with less garbage-related problems.