in #CASE You Were Curious… About Recycling


in #CASE You Were Curious… About Recycling

Every three months, Americans throw enough aluminum in the landfills to build our nation's entire commercial air fleet.

The average person has the opportunity to recycle more than 25,000 cans in a lifetime.

Recycling a single aluminum can saves enough energy to power a TV for three hours.

Without exception, recycling is the top action society can do to simultaneously improve: the environment, the economy, sustainable manufacturing and to prevent waste from going into oceans.

When U.S. recycling levels reach 75% it will be the environmental and CO2 equivalent of removing 55-million cars from U.S. roads each year.

When U.S. recycling levels reach 75% it will generate 1.5-million new jobs in the U.S. (net).

Manufacturers truly want these materials back to reuse in their manufacturing, but they aren't able to reuse the materials if people don't recycle right.

The nonprofit standardized label mission is the #1 solution to help society begin to recycle right and therefore, help recycling begin to thrive.


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