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Humans are consuming the resources of 1,5 Earths to satisfy their needs and support their lifestyle. Have a look at how we exhaust natural resources while generating thousands of tones of waste.
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Americans seem to have done much as far as recycling is concerned. This graphic presents the amount of trash produced, the percentage of waste recycled, and the impact of recycling in America since the 1960?s.
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Get an idea of the trash volume produced in North America and why the adoption of sustainable, eco-friendly waste management methods are becoming a national priority.
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Today is the Earth Day. Aside the responsibilities that burden the manufacturing sector, we as individuals can do a lot to help our planet survive from the human rush. Upcycling is a good example of adopting a greener lifestyle. Fast Haul presents 8 alternative ideas of reusing waste materials to create new products with value.
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The entire food web is contaminated by trash and our garbage that goes in the ocean is also ending up in our diet. Dissapointing but true. See how the circuit works.