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Frequently asked questions
Some solutions are light bulbs, plastic bags and baggies, batteries, tattered clothing and ink and toner cartridges. Soda cants, card boards boxes, and other simple items can be replaced into something new and ready to use.
Some facts include the average person over four pounds of trash everyday and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year, in 2009, americans produced enough trash to go around the Earth 24 times and over 75% of waste is recyclable, but we only recycle 30% of it.
Where does all of the recycle items go? The recycle truck take all the materials onto a conveyor belt and carries it to a v-screen separator. It then divides newspaper, cardboard, and other light paper materials. Metal and glass continue on. Metals are then recovered and all lighter metals such as tin, iron and steel are placed in a bin. All other continue on. Soda cans stay with the glass and metals. By now, paper and other light metals have been removed, and all that remains are plastic and glass. A scanning system then finds the plastic and pushes it off of the belt into bins. Having said goodbye to all other materials, only glass remains. The heavier glass continues into the end where they fall into a bin. This is the end of the recycling process.