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#137 - tyraxio (12/07/2013) [-]
We have two variables here, we have the creation of a new bottle, and the destruction of an old.
1. In order to make a bottle out of aluminium, you can do two things; you can melt an old bottle and use it to make a new bottle, or you can harvest new aluminium and melt it in order to make one. Obviously, recycling the old bottle is cheaper, easier and also less harmful for the environment. However, equally important, the planet does not have an infinite supply of aluminium, so eventually we will run out of it, and cannot make aluminium bottles. We can prolong the time that we do have aluminium by recycling.
2. Then there's the destruction/recycling of an old bottle. Here, we can choose between remelting it into a new bottle, or destroy it like ordinary garbage. The destruction/melting itself is just about the same in regards to being harmful to the environment, and yes, in order to use the old melted bottle to make a new one, you do have to use extra resources, I'll give you that, but the argument is flawed, as we are going to continue making new bottles, except when we don't recycle, we have to make them from raw aluminium which uses extra resources, which brings me back to point 1.
Seriously, recycling is a win/win situation, there is no argument around it.
#116 - amuzen (12/07/2013) [-]
do you have any sort of reason for thinking this or did you just hear that somewhere and never really looked into it or are you just pulling that out of your ass?
From what I've heard in the past from critiques of recycling is there's not really a huge difference either way whether your tossing your bottles out or recylcing them since something like 80% of recyclables end up in the same place as waste but I've never heard anyone say it's actually WORSE for the environment to recycle.
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