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Refers to the recovery of materials intended to be used again either for the same or different purpose without altering their physical and chemical characteristics.
Re-use
Wastewater
Solid Waste
Ecoplas

Refers to common waste generated by industry, business, institutions and houses that remains after diversion programs have been used to remove recoverable materials.
Residual Wastes
Hazardous Waste
Recyclable Wastes
Solid Waste

When applied to your food waste in your kitchen composter, it assists in the fermentation and breakdown of waste which might include meats, fish, poultry as well as your veggies, etc, without producing offensive odors, attracting flies, insects and other undesirables. The compost can now be used as an organic fertilizer.
Solid Waste
Ecoplas
Bokashi
Re-use

A fund or money earned from the imposition of plastic recovery system fee by the retail stores intended to fund various initiatives that would benefit the environment.
Green Fund (Quezon City)
Re-use
Residual Wastes
Green Building

Written by Rachel Carson released in 1962, it helped shape the modern idea of environmentalism.
Solid Waste
Ecoplas
Silent Spring
Green Building

The first bio plastic in the world, made from the starch of the tapioca root in Indonesia, to have been given "Fair for Life, Fair Trade" certification.
Re-use
Solid Waste
Ecoplas
Wastewater

Refers to all discarded household waste, commercial waste, non-hazardous institutional and industrial waste, street sweepings, construction debris, agricultural waste, and other nonhazardous/non-toxic solid waste.
Hazardous Waste
Wastewater
Residual Wastes
Solid Waste

Economic, environmental, social
Eight Millennium Development Goals
Key dimensions of sustainable development
Plastic Recovery System Fee (Quezon City)
Life cycle assessment

Living in a way that meets the needs of today's population without harming the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
Residual Wastes
Recyclable Wastes
Sustainable development
Silent Spring

Taking a holistic environmental view of a product or service, from raw materials through production to distribution and final disposal. This perspective encourages companies to look at all environmental aspects of their operations and helps them integrate environmental issues into their overall decision-making process.
Life Cycle Assessment
Ecoplas
Sustainable development
Recyclable Wastes

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