Waste and Recycling Planet Acts
Waste is unwanted or unusable material. Waste is any substance that is discarded after primary use or is worthless, defective, and of no use. Waste avoidance covers all measures by which production and consumption happen in a way that they generate less or no waste, or they generate only those wastes that can be treated without causing problems. Recycling can prevent the waste of potentially useful materials and reduce the consumption of fresh raw materials, thereby reducing: energy usage, air pollution, and water pollution. All acts that help avoid or reduce waste or improve the recycling of materials are linked to this sub-category.
One of the problems preventing companies from doing more good, is simply the lack of science and sustainability expertise. This can result in decisions, investments and eventually acts that are not as impactful as they could be.
Within us normal folks, it’s difficult to understand which acts are better than the others and which acts truly make a difference. The climate change, among others, is a complex issue hard to comprehend and sometimes so are the solutions.
We decided to bring in the science. As functionally as possible.