TV boost to recycling; BANDWELL.OFFICIALS in the Black Country are hoping the return of a television advertising campaign will urge more people to recycle re·cy·cle
tr.v. re·cy·cled, re·cy·cling, re·cy·cles
1. To put or pass through a cycle again, as for further treatment.
2. To start a different cycle in.
a. glass bottles and jars. The "Recycle Now" glass recycling Glass recycling is the process of turning waste glass into usable products. Depending on the end use, this commonly includes separating it into different colors. Glass normally comes in a number of colours. ads, which encourage families to make recycling recycling, the process of recovering and reusing waste products—from household use, manufacturing, agriculture, and business—and thereby reducing their burden on the environment. an everyday habit, are being shown until February 10.
They feature an animated family at a bottle bank and focus on energy and resource savings from glass recycling.
Sandwell Council's neighbourhoods and housing boss, Coun Mahboob Hussain, said: "Glass is a valuable resource to recycle as it can be reprocessed again and again without any effect on its quality and performance.
"The majority of recycled glass in the UK - 80 per cent - is used to make new bottles and jars and replacing virgin raw materials with recycled glass in the manufacturing process can give energy savings of over 20 per cent.
"This means by placing glass bottles and jars into weekly green box recycling collections or by using bottle banks at local recycling centres we can all help."