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Benefits of Recycling

Recycling is a process of waste management in which waste materials of plastic, paper, metal, aluminium, glass etc., are collected and are used to make new products. Recycling helps to protect the environment and saves energy and resources. 

Benefits of Recycling

  1. Recycling saves resources, In this process the used materials are utilized to make new products hence reduces the consumption of natural resources.
  2. Recyclable products are sent to make new products or materials, hence the garbage or rubbish sent to incinerators is reduced.
  3. The amount garbage sent to landfill is reduced
  4. Less resources are utilized during manufacturing of new products by recycling as a result it saves energy.
  5. It reduces the emission of greenhouse gas as a result recycling protects the enironement.
  6. Recycling also saves money as the manufacturing cost of raw materials is reduced. Find out more details Advantages And Disadvantags of Recycling

Important steps during recycling process

  1. Collection of recyclable materials
  2. Processing of materials
  3. Manufacturing of new products or materials
  4. Purchasing of new products make from recycling.

 

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Processes involved in Recycling materials

There are mainly four types of process involved in recycling materials. So let us check it out each process take place during recycling of any materials or products

The first step is to collect recyclable materials such as paper, glass, aluminium, cans, plastic from communities. The recyclable materials are placed into separate bins and the bins also have the recyclable symbol on it. 

How Recycling Saves Energy?

When we manufacture new products from virgin materials, more energy is consumed. Other natural resources such as fossil fuels (Oil , Petroleum, Natural gas, Coal) are also used during manufacturing of products. But when we make products out of recycled materials we can reduce the use of energy sources. The steps in the process of manufacturing of recycled product is reduced which helps to save energy.

Examples of Recycling materials

Some Examples of recycling materials are as follows. So let us check it out some points of recycling to know more about recycling materials.

Material which can be recycled are : Plastic drink bottels, chipboard, newspaper, corrugated cardboard, glass bottels, beverage cans, magazine, plastic, aluminium, paper, glass, trash etc., Find out more on advantages and disadvantages of Recycling.

Example 1: We can reuse plastic bags when we go to supermarket to buy household products.

Plastic Recycling

Plastic Recycling: It is very important to recycle plastic to save consumption of energy and natural resources. Different types of plastic products or plastic materials such as plastic bags, plastic bottles are used daily which affects environment. There are various beneftis of recycling plastic along with some drawbacks of recycled plastic.

Metals Recycling

Recycling of metals such as copper, aluminium etc., is required to protect earth and environment. It also saves energy and natural resources. Along with benefits there are some drawbacks of recycling metals. 

What are environmental benefits of Recycling ?

There are several environmental benefits of recycling. Let us check it out some of the points of recycling to know more about recycling.

The process of recycling helps to reduces noxious waste in landfills. Recycling also helps to promote environments sustainability. By this entire process it is possible to diminish the demands of raw materials. Ecological degradation can also be prevented by the process of recycling, 

Incineration

Incineration is one of the waste management technique  and disposal method to treat waste materials. Combustion of waste in the presence of oxygen is carried out by thermal treatment process. The waste is then converted into water vapour, carbon dioxide and ash, with he help of incineration treatment the quantity of waste products or garbage can be reduced significantly.

Process Validation stages continued process verification

Third stages in Process Validation is Continued Process Verification, Some points in process validation during continued process verification are as follows, So let us see one by one all the points:

The main goal of continued process verification in process validation is to ensure that the process remains in a state of control during manufacturing of commercial products.

The data is collected and evaluated in order to determine process variability.

Process Validation Stages process qualification protocol

During Process Validation the protocol of process qualification is also prepared, following are some of the points which are included into protocol of process qualification, so let us check it out some points:

The manufacturing condition including processing limits, the operating parameters as well as the components used such as raw materials are included in protocol.

The sampling plan with complete details of the number of sampling points, frequency of sampling of each unit are to be mentioned in protocol.

Process Validation Stages process design

In Process Validation the first stage out of three stages is Process Design. Following are some of the points which are taken into consideration during process design. So let us check it out one by one:

To design process follow good manufacturing practices.

Uses scientific principles as well as scientific methods.

Conduct the internal review , the document decisions and the justification of the controls.

Find out critical quality attributes during process design.

Critical material attributes are defined.

Process Validation stages continued process verification one

About Process Validation, the third stage is continued process verification, Some more information about process validation in continued process verification are as follows:

The variation in the continued process verification can be detected by assessment of various documents.

By complaints of any defects.

By checking out of specification records or process parameters.

Checking deviation reports.

By observing variation in the process yield.

By checking batch records.

Checking records of incoming materials.