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Recycling is the process of using waste or useless material to make something usefull, instead of making or buying more. It is more commonly referred to as REDUSE RE-USE RECYCLE. Reduce the amount of any material, Re-use it when possible, then dispose of it in a recycle bin if it is recyclable.These cans will probably be made into new cans, but they could be made into anything with steel in it like cars, lampposts or a table.
Recycling things has been done for hundreds of years, from using dead bodies to fertilise farm land and using animal (and human) bones to build houses. In the industrial revolution, recycling iron and copper tools became common amongst the poorer people instead of buying new tools. 
Today Recycling is viewed from a different angle, instead of something that saves allot of money and time, it is more of a alternate way to dispose of rubbish and is common in most households. 
Recycling takes time to sort and dump items. Usually, this also means a loss of money somewhere as someone has to pay someone to organise it.

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Recycling is the process of using waste or useless material to make something usefull, instead of making or buying more. It is more commonly referred to as REDUSE RE-USE RECYCLE. Reduce the amount of any material, Re-use it when possible, then dispose of it in a recycle bin if it is recyclable.These cans will probably be made into new cans, but they could be made into anything with steel in it like cars, lampposts or a table.
Recycling things has been done for hundreds of years, from using dead bodies to fertilise farm land and using animal (and human) bones to build houses. In the industrial revolution, recycling iron and copper tools became common amongst the poorer people instead of buying new tools. 
Today Recycling is viewed from a different angle, instead of something that saves allot of money and time, it is more of a alternate way to dispose of rubbish and is common in most households. 
Recycling takes time to sort and dump items. Usually, this also means a loss of money somewhere as someone has to pay someone to organise it.

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