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WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO RECYCLE?

 

Just like everything, each component in our universe needs to be treated differently. Similarly, various recyclables require different techniques to recycle them. One wrong move can cost you and the environment on a heavy basis. Hence we always aim towards the goal of spreading THE BEST WAY TO RECYCLE.

 

What could be any better than knowing the BEST way about anything? This means that procedures have been tried and tested worldwide and after a lot of failure by other countries and organizations, We have finalized and come up with The Best Way To Recycle. 

 

After doing years and years of research, we now have the answer to the problem occurring worldwide. We have The Best Way To Recycle glass, paper, aluminum, plastic water bottles, metal scrap, electronics –computers, cellular phones, keyboards, batteries and other small electronic equipment, textile, wood, wire, cables, plastic product, rubber - basically EVERYTHING.

 

Our website contains Blogs dedicated to recycling and you can click here to read them all.

Right now for your time and convenience, here is a short summary of The Best Way To Recycle certain common recyclables:-

 

1) Glass:

Rinse the glass bottles, separate them from the food particles and other materials before giving it for recycling. Broken glass needs to be wrapped in wearable lasting wrap so that no one gets hurt. 

 

2) Plastic: 

You need to rinse your bottles and jugs before recycling. The left over often contain sugar, which attracts insects and generate odours. And yet again the recycling value goes down. You will have to put in all the bottles and other plastics in an organised way in your Kwik BagIt recyclable and biodegradable paper bag. 

 

3)Aluminium Cans/Aerosol cans/Tin Can-Vegetable & Soup Cans:

Please do not puncture a hole within the can to get rid of any remaining product, because the can will explode and hurt you. You ought to also not try to remove the spray nozzle on top of the can.

Food cans are a product of either aluminium or steel, both of which are high-value metals that may be recycled into new metal products. 

 

4) Paper:

For paper, as in magazines or newspapers, you don’t have to remove and covers or insides. You must however remove any non-paper substances. For paperback books, you'll recycle the book whole, including the cover and the binding. The materials are then converted into pulp to make new paper.

 

We do want to pressure on the point of cleaning the jars, mugs, cans, cartons, plastic materials and juice boxes before placing them into the correct appropriate Kwik BagIt Closed-Loop Bags. If you don’t rinse the material then the left over product will lead to high contamination and it shall be of no use for the recycling and can also be dangerous for the future ecosystems.