Recycling is important in day to day life if we want to leave this planet for our future generations. It is good for our environment, since we are making new products from the old products which are no more useful to us. Recycling
is good for our environment, in the sense, we are using old and waste products which are of no use and then converting them back to same new products. When we recycle, used materials are converted into new products by reducing the need to consume natural resources. If used materials are not recycled then new products are made by extracting fresh, raw material from the Earth and through mining and forestry. Recycling helps conserve important raw materials and protects natural habitats for the future. Using recycled materials
in the manufacturing process it uses considerably less energy than that required for producing new products from raw materials – even when comparing all associated costs including transportation etc. Also, there are extra energy savings because more energy is required for extraction, refinery, transportation and processing of raw materials ready for industry compared with providing industry-ready materials. Recycling reduces the need for extracting (mining, quarrying and logging), refining and processing of raw materials, which create substantial air and water pollution. As recycling saves energy and reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which helps in climate change. Current UK recycling is estimated to save more than 17.5 million tonnes of CO2 a year – the equivalent to taking 4.5 million cars off the road. When we recycle, recyclable materials
are reprocessed into new products, and as a result the amount of rubbish sent to landfill sites reduces. There are over 1500 landfill sites in the UK, and in 2001, these sites produced a quarter of the UK’s emissions of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas.
• Industries Working on Recycling.
• Professors, Asst. Professors, Research Scholars Working on Recycling and Waste management.
• Recycling Associations.
• Entrepreneurs on Recycling.
• Metal and Chemical Engineers.
• Environmental Engineers.
• Institutes Training on Green Energy.
• Emerging Techies on Recycling.
Global Universities and Institutes
• Arizona State University, USA
• Cal Poly Pomona College of Environmental Design, USA
• UC Davis College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, USA
• Technological Institute and of Superior Studies of Monterrey, Mexico
• Colorado Mesa University, USA
• National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico
• Pontifical Catholic University of Argentina, Argentina
• Vinyl Institute of Canada, Canada
• Outdoor Power Equipment Institute of Canada, Canada
• University of Brazil, Brazil
• Glasgow Caledonian University School of Engineering and Built Environment, UK
• University of Edinburgh School of Geosciences, UK
• Cranfield University Environment and Agri-food, UK
• University of Ghent Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Belgium
• Radboud University Masters Programmes, Netherlands
• Wageningen University & Research Life Sciences, Netherlands
• University of Genoa Masters Programs, Italy
• Vrije Universiteit Brussel Faculty of Engineering, Belgium
• University College, Dublin College of Engineering and Architecture, Ireland
• Graz University of Technology Masters Programmes, Austria
• Xi an Jiao tong-Liverpool University, Department of Civil Engineering, China
• Hong Kong University of Science and Technology School of Engineering, Hong Kong
• Department of Urban Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan
• Department of Products Engineering and Environmental Management, NIPPON institute of technology, Japan
• Tokyo University of Science, Japan
• Kyoto University, Japan
• International Institute of Waste Management, India
• King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
• King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia
• Tel-Aviv University, Israel
• Birzeit University, Israel
• Cyprus International University, Turkey
• Ahvaz Jondishapour University of Medical Sciences, Iran