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Organics Recycling

Anything that lived before can live again through organics recycling.

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All natural, nothing wasted

There’s a chance you’ve been recycling paper, bottles, and plastic for a while now. But did you know that organics can also be recycled? Anything that was once alive can be reused. That means things like food scraps, paper products, wood—even used grease—can be repurposed. Organic recycling contributes to farming, manufacturing, energy production, and even cosmetics.

  • We could eliminate up to 30% of all waste by recycling organics
  • Food leftovers can be composted to reduce methane emissions
  • Wood can be repurposed into other sustainable building materials, landscape mulch, or biofuel
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