'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
The sad truth about personal action to reduce waste: “Plastic recycling is a myth” | The Guardian
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
What really happens to what you throw away? Hint: probably not what you think. I wrote about the global crisis gripping the recycling industry for today's
Probably one of the best summaries I have recently read about current situation of #plasticwaste treatment. Worth to read it! #circulareconomy
“The UK, like most developed nations, produces more waste than it can process at home: 230m tonnes a year – about 1.1kg per person per day. (The US, the world’s most wasteful nation, produces 2kg per person per day.)”
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
Must read! Fighting plastics isn’t the solution. -> circular industry! 'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
Depressing read about our inability to find viable solutions for our waste - at scale. An urgent challenge for planetary sustainability
"'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?"
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish? #Plastic #plasticpollution #SDG12
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish? via
Recycling, especially household recycling represents a system failure, not sucess. The waste must be dealt with upstream not left to millions of households. 'Plastic recycling is a myth': what really happens to your rubbish?
“We should all use less, re-use what we can and treat our waste like the waste industry sees it: as a resource.”
The myth of plastic recycling. As always, the sole environmentally sane option? Drastically reduce plastic waste.