The circular economy, at its most basic, refers to moving from our traditional take-make-dispose linear economy, to one in which materials are continuously repurposed until they are finally recycled. It’s a closed loop, hence the circle.
How do you get undressed every day? Do you remove the used articles of clothing, ball them up, and throw them in the garbage bin? Probably not. That wouldn’t make nearly as much economic sense as laundering and reusing them. Most would agree that throwing out good clothing after one use because it was dirty and purchasing new clothes each time you needed to get dressed is an absurd concept.
Temarry Recycling is proud to introduce our latest corporate video that gives you an inside look at our operations in Tecate, Mexico.
Good for the planet.
Sustainable business practices.
Depending on your point of view these phrases are likely to evoke a strong opinion and can either be extremely positive and inspiring if sustainability matters to you or be like nails on a chalkboard if you are opposed to the environmental movement.
Solvent Distillation and the Energy Recovery Process Explained
In most disposal facilities, waste is received and then treated according to its properties. Some wastes will end up in landfills and others burned off.
Temarry Recycling Family Goes Through Fire Brigade Training
If an emergency breaks out at your place of business, what do you do?
Temarry Recycling’s $100,000 Waste to Energy Renovation
Can Waste Transporters Capitalize on Excluded Materials Rule Change?
Who ever thought the EPA would modify a regulation to be less stringent? Most generators, transporters, and waste handlers have heard by now that, beginning January 31, 2014,