Improving Recycling in the Office

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Essay #: 058701
Total text length is 5,173 characters (approximately 3.6 pages).

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Improving Recycling in the Office
1.Offices in modern times should reflect contemporary values. Recycling is part of the current global effort to create a sustainable planet. It is a tragic reality that paper, plastic, glass, and aluminum goods end up in the trash in offices when they could just as easily be recycled. A positive aspect of recycling beyond reducing trash output is the fact that once recycling programs take hold, offices begin to observe exactly how much trash and recycling matter is generated on a daily, weekly, or monthly basis. This observation helps to make the case for reduced use, reuse, and other sustainable practices. Recycling is then a multipurpose strategy which helps to add an extra ethical, holistic, and...
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.....asic concept in environmentalism: recycling. Adequate recycling will take the establishment of a set of standards for the office and some degree of training. After some time utilizing this system, the employees are likely to feel better about their work environment and their own efforts to create a better planet.
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