Quality and Environment

The importance of recycling

Recycling is the process by which waste products are re-used. Once the product ceases to be useful it is put in a bin separate from the rest of the rubbish that is not recycled. These bins are then taken to factories where the material is reused to make new products.

Recycling is very important for the conservation of the environment. There are various advantages to recycling. Recycling prevents the waste of raw material and non-renewable resources. In addition, it saves energy. By recycling two tons of plastic a whole ton of oil is saved. As well as preventing pollution and combating climate change.

Most of the objects consumed on a daily basis are recyclable. All materials, such as plastic, glass, cardboard and paper. Examples of which are: for plastics - soft drink bottles and sweet bags; for cardboard - the boxes that televisions and other household appliances come in; for paper - newspapers and used books. If you recycle organic waste burying it, it then converts to compost. Other important items to recycle are batteries, the content of which is highly toxic.

In conclusion, recycling is very important for the conservation of the environment. By recycling we can greatly improve the condition of our planet and lead a better lifestyle. People who believe that recycling is not necessary should think again as the conservation of the planet is in our hands.

Pozo Estrecho plant (Murcia)

  • Management centre for non-hazardous waste
  • Management centre for hazardous waste ( batteries and end-of-use vehicles)
  • Transport of non-hazardous waste
  • Transport of hazardous waste (Sepiolite and batteries)

Alhama de Murcia plant (Murcia)

  • Management centre for non-hazardous waste

Alfaz Del Pi plant (Alicante)

  • Management centre for non-hazardous waste