By: Kenneth Cole

How cars are made

Gasoline is used in cars which comes from oil drills all over the earth that cause much pollution. Steel is also used a lot in cars which is made from iron that is mined anywhere from Canada to Australia which this mining pollutes water and causes environmental damage. They also use a tremendous amount of plastics that also come from oil and is very costing on the environment. Overall, the entire process of transforming raw bauxite into aluminum is incredibly energy intensive, requiring copious amounts of electricity, water and resources to produce, that is the main reason why power plants are built solely to support the aluminum industry. This power provided is largely from coal power plants which pollute the environment. Wastewater discharged from latex rubber processing usually contains high level of BOD, COD and SS .These characteristics vary from country to country due to difference in raw latex and applied technique in the process.

How Cars are used

Cars are driven and produce pollution from burning gasoline throughout their lifetime. Cars last anywhere from 10 to 14 years on average.

How cars are they disposed of

cars are put in scrap yards where all the toxins in these materials are left to mix in with the environment and these cars sit there forever almost. Also many cars materials are recycled so they can be reused by the industry.

How car can be repurposed

Most of the car can be recycled and be made in to new products as a result.
The three r’s are essential to preserving the earth and using our resources to their maximum potential. If we don't we will run out of resources and then not know what to do with our polluted gross planet after that.