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DateDate: 23-04-2019, 06:33

It is possible to extract enormous benefits from industrial waste if it is properly recycled.
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Asphalt from car tires, paving slabs from computer keyboards and aircraft parts from aluminum cans. In Europe, earn on garbage, recycling it. While Ukraine is overwhelmed with waste. "Today" have learned where to put garbage and you can get a profit from it. It's not just about household waste.
Used paper cups for coffee or tea can, or replenish mountains of garbage, or, if you hand them over for recycling, will become, for example, pages from a notebook.
Used paper utensils in stock are compressed, and then sent to a processing plant, where paper is made of all this. And from it - notebooks, notebooks, school diaries.
The case is profitable, because the products from recycled materials are cheaper. In Germany, more than eighty percent of waste is given a second life. The country saves up to 12 billion euros annually, making products from recycled materials. In Ukraine, about five percent of all domestic garbage is recycled. The rest remains at the landfills, most of which have long been crowded.
Moreover, according to the current law on wastes, landfill wastes are banned from January 1, 2018. But in most cases there is no other alternative.
Ukrainian processing plants often lack secondary raw materials. People sort out little trash. The Ukrainian government plans to solve the problem of recycling and disposal of waste until 2030. Take a course on the circular economy. This is an economy that involves the fullest use of all resources, including reuse, if possible.
Ukrainian enterprises also supported the course of the circular economy and began to reduce the harmful effects on the environment.
“The main directions now in the circular economy for us are ash and slag. So that by the year 30 at least 1.5 million tons we use anew. Or in the construction of roads or building materials,” says Tomas Niinemäe Operations Director of DTEK Energy.
There are already hundreds of millions of tons of ash and slag at Ukrainian TPPs. These are remnants of burned coal. In Europe, they have long been used in road construction. So cheaper and more reliable. In order for Ukraine to have the same roads, we need changes in national construction standards, as well as a political decision on the use of industrial waste instead of natural materials at the state level.