30 pages , Oxford University , 1996 How much rubbish do you throw away in a year? It could be more than atonne or less than a hundred kilograms, but it's still too much. The Earth isdisappearing under a mountain of rubbish - often poisonous - yet, as this bookshows, much of this rubbish could be recycled. Recycling can save energy,materials and money - it may also save t...[Read More]
218 pages , Thomas Telford , 1991 This book provides practising engineers with a firm basis on which to classify types of derelict land and alert them to the range of environmental and legal considerations involved. The book examines the hazards involved in land recycling, from geotechnical and hydro-geological, to chemical and biological. The need for an integrated appr...[Read More]
128 pages , Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. , 2006-09-28 Recycling is one of the hottest new trends in embroidery, and this is the first book to cover it. Embroiderers recycle for many different reasons: to conserve old pieces of ephemera for the future, to give their work a personal touch, to convey meaning, or simply for economy. Covering both hand and machine embroi...[Read More]
240 pages , Springer , 2014-07-22 A comprehensive analysis of how European development policy was shaped, this book explores the role of former colonial officials in shaping the policy agenda and explores this example of 'recycled empire.' Dimier argues that this post-colonial agenda only changed as a result of pressure from the OECD and World Bank in the 1980s and 1990s...[Read More]
32 pages , Franklin Watts , 2014-08-26 What happens to an empty bottle? It can be left on the ground where it might become a trap for small animals, or smashed into dangerous pieces of sharp glass. But what if the bottle was put into a recycling bin? What if you had an empty bottle? What would you do with it? The 'Wonderwise' series presents facts in a way that will insp...[Read More]
143 pages , Thomas Telford , 2001 Vast quantities of used paper are discarded every day despite the technology existing to recover and recycle the material. Throughout the world, a number of legislative and industry-led initiatives, aimed at value recovery from paper collected for recycling, have been introduced with a view to increasing public awareness of paper recycli...[Read More]
127 pages , Sterling Publishing Company, Inc. , 2005 Old notebooks, discarded postcards purchased from a flea market, sheaves of sheet music: Anna Corba knows how to turn these vintage papers into fantastic contemporary crafts. This up-and-coming designer presents her beautiful projects, with detailed instructions, charming color photos, and tips to help imaginative craf...[Read More]
32 pages , Macmillan , 2009-03-31 Features step-by-step instructions that teach children the importance of recycling through creative projects and challenge them to come up with recycling ideas of their own.
164 pages , Springer Science & Business Media , 2011-07-09 The use of renewable bioenergy is increasing, and so is the production of associated wastes: biomass ashes. This book presents eleven chapters on the options for recycling such biomass ashes, ranging from their use as fertilizer in agriculture and forestry to their application as a supplement for the production o...[Read More]
32 pages , Dial , 2009 Convinced by Charlie to recycle her old toys, Lola becomes inspired and joins a recycling competition, but time is limited, so she turns to her classmates in order to get the one hundred recyclable items she needs to complete her task.