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What is Recycle

This is where an item is used again. E.g. a bottle is used a number of times is said to be recycled.

It also means when a product has ended its useful life it is changed back into its raw materials and used again. Many of us have adverts for recycling e.g. tin cans are melted down and used again either to make more cans or something else out of tin.

There are many schemes in recycling, as it seems a waste to just throw thing away when they can be used again. This helps so the earth’s natural resources are not wasted.

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