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Awareness of environmental issues is no longer a choice, it is a necessity and we need it everywhere in our daily lives.     

Reduce, reuse, recycle!

 Let’s learn to recycle. Even though school can play an important role in terms of the idea of recycling, education in this regard begins at home, and parents must instill these responsibilities in their children before they go to school. This can be done through various techniques, from explanations about selective recycling, to teaching them various ways to reduce household waste through games and fun activities. And why not, let’s practice and play with them too!

 Recycling is an important factor in conserving natural resources and successfully contributes to improving the environment in which we live.

 Recycling at home 

Recycling in and around the house can be very simple if you know how to do it. Careful selection of products purchased from supermarkets and what you do with them later is the first step towards efficient recycling.  

Find ways to recycle different materials

Many materials can be recycled: paper, plastic, metal and glass. Other items such as furniture, electronic and household appliances, building materials and vehicles can also be recycled.    

Buy products that can be recycled         

We can easily tell if a product is environmentally friendly by simply reading the label of the product. 

Avoid purchasing products made of hazardous materials     

Recycling products that contain hazardous materials is much more difficult. Replacing toxic household products with non-toxic ones is the best alternative.      

Recycling bins         

Make sure you have different recycling bins at home. Position them in accessible places so that you don’t forget to use them. The local council should provide you with separate bins for recycling glass, paper, aluminum and plastic.

 Recycling in the garden    

By recycling garden products and planting trees you can contribute to improving the environment.

Natural fertilizer       

Compost is a natural agricultural fertilizer, resulting from the slow fermentation of various plant and animal waste, which can then be used in your garden. Kitchen waste is a great way to recycle in the garden.         

Reused grass          

The grass residues resulting from mowing the lawn work wonders in recycling. Leaving the cut residues on the lawn instead of gathering and throwing them, leads to the formation of a natural fertilizer rich in nutrients so necessary for soil fertilization.    

Planting trees          

Planting trees in the yard and garden helps a lot to improve the environment. The air is oxygenated and global warming is slowed.

 Recycling in the community         

Collection points     

Identify the nearest collection and recovery points and find out how to recycle.   

Ongoing projects    

Get involved in local community recycling projects through donations, participation or implementation of new ideas.           

Financial motivation           

For various waste types (ferrous, non-ferrous, paper, plastic, etc.), our collection points offer their value in lei per kilogram. Get involved and earn extra money for your budget.


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