Secondary Garbage Processing

Secondary waste treatment

International secondary reprocessing symbol.

Processing (other terms: secondary processingRecycling (waste) (English) recyclingrecycling and waste management) - reuse or re-entry of waste production or garbage. Secondary, tertiary, etc. are the most commonly used materials such as glass, paper, aluminium, asphalt, iron, tissue and various types of plastic. Organic agricultural and household wastes are also used in agriculture with deep wood.

Importance of recycling waste

First, the resources of many materials on Earth are limited and cannot be replenished within a time comparable to that of human civilization (see non-renewable resources). Second, by entering the environment, materials tend to become polluters. Thirdly, waste and end-of-life products are often (but not always) a cheaper source of many substances and materials than natural sources.

Secondary commodities

Separated house trash. (1) glass bottles, (2) thin plastic, (3) fat plastic, (4) fibre, (5) mixed debris, (6) iron banks, (7) paper, 8) polystyrol, 9) glass, 10 batteries, 11 metal, 12) organic waste, 13) Tetrapac packing, 14) textiles, 15) toilet debris.

Paper, Carton, Gaza, Textile, TetraPak

Black, Color, Dragon

Acids, Scillos, Organica

  • Petroleum products:

Masla, Bitum, Asphalt

Articles, Plates, Accumulators, Mercury Lamps, Promulsion

Pat, Pv, Pvd, Pnd

Tyres, rubber

  • Biological:

Food waste, Gira, Assensation

Bullshit, Spring, Castle

  • Construction:

Brick, Bethon

Russian and USSR

Recycling was of great importance in the USSR. Uniform bottles for milk, beer and cooling beverages were developed and glass-gathering points were in place throughout the country. Schoolchildren and members of the pioneering organization were involved in collecting macculature and scrap metal. Dragmetalls used in industry, particularly in electronics, have been carefully recorded.

Secondary processing technologies

A multiplicity of waste may be used again. For each type of raw material, there is appropriate processing technology.


Most metals should be recycled.

Minor or spoiled objects, so-called scrap metal, are given to the intake points for subsequent remelting.

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