Environmental Conservation, The 4 R's - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Respond
The Four Principles of Waste Reduction
Simple lifestyle changes can make a significant different in the amount of waste you produce.
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Individual consumers can substantially reduce solid waste by following these basic principles:
REDUCE the amount of trash discarded.
- Reduce the amount of unnecessary packaging.
- Adopt practices that reduce waste toxicity.
REUSE containers and products.
RECYCLE - use recycled materials, and compost.
- Choose recyclable products and containers and recycle them.
- Select products made from recycled materials.
- Compost yard trimmings and some food scraps.
RESPOND to the solid waste dilemma by reconsidering waste-producing activities and by expressing preferences for less waste.
- Educate others on source reduction and recycling practices. Make your preferences known to manufacturers, merchants, and community leaders.
- Be creative — find new ways to reduce waste quantity and toxicity.
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