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Recycling is the reprocessing of materials into new products. Recycling generally prevents the waste of potentially useful materials, reduces the consumption of raw materials and reduces energy usage, and hence greenhouse gas emissions, compared to virgin production. Recycling is a key concept of modern waste and is the third component of the waste hierarchy.

Recyclable materials also called “recyclables” or “recyclates”, may originate from a wide range of sources including the home and industry. They include glass, paper, aluminium, asphalt, iron, textiles and plastics. Biodegradable waste, such as food waste or garden waste is also recyclable with the assistance of micro-organisms through compositing or anaerobic digestion.

Recyclates are sorted and seperated into material types. Contamination of the recyclates with other materials must be prevented to increase the recyclates with other materials must be prevented to increase the recyclates value and facilitate easier reprocessing for the ultimate recycling facility. This sorting can be performed either by the producer of the waste or within semi or fully automated materials recovery facilities.
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