What City Can Fill Up The Empire State Building with Waste Produced in A Day?

Friday, June 09, 2017






Now is the time. Recycling is the only way in which society can preserve the resources it uses. This makes recycling an important component of sustainable living. Unfortunately, most people today do not truly understand the concept and importance of recycling and sustainability.

There is a level of complacency when it comes to recycling. It’s something so many people see as unimportant and something they simply choose not grasp. Why is that?  People reject change. It does take an exerted effort to recycle, but you have to want to do it. You have to understand the benefits of it because that is what will keep you committed to the practice. Ask yourself, How will this benefit my family and the next generation.

Sometimes when there is no immediate result to an action people really could care less. That is not the approach you should take. When you truly understand the purpose in recycling and sustainability as well as the impact it can have in our daily lives, it will lead to a more responsible way of living.

A number of facts explain exactly why recycling is important. The first and foremost of them is the ever growing human population. Each one of us contributes a significant amount of waste to the planet over our lifetime. Do you know that the inhabitants of New York City can fill up the entire Empire State building with the waste they produce in one day? Fortunately, for individuals in developed countries like the Unites States, we can make a difference because of all the resources that we have to do so. The United States and it's citizens really have no excuse. A few lifestyle tweaks and habit changes here and there can help contribute significantly to the economy and the preservation of the earth.


If you care about your future generations, which I know you do, then recycling needs to be an important part of your life. Recycling involves making use of old disposable products to develop new ones. This process has many benefits for you, the environment and future generations.

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