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Recycling in California Benefits Business


Ethan Malone

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California has initiated some ambitious policies like its zero-waste initiative. Both businesses and residents are working within their communities to reduce waste and drastically limit--if not eliminate--the amount of material they send to landfills. While it's environmentally sound to embrace policies that encourage recycling and the reuse of materials, there are also other benefits for the state to consider. Areas like Union City, Berkeley, and Alameda County are already discovering that recycling is good business for the state and its residents.

(Source: http://www.fasthaul.com/union-city-junk-removal)

Recycling Creates Jobs

It's well known that recycling creates jobs. In times of shifting economies, a healthy employment sector is vital. Landfills certainly employ people, but not nearly as many as the recycling sector can. A state like California is always thinking about the state of its workforce. A sector that creates jobs cannot be ignored.

Recycling Benefits the Economy

California has already obtained significant economic benefits thanks to recycling. The city of Los Angeles alone has generated roughly $600 million in employment and sales per year. Experts assert that California's local economies benefit from a similar sum thanks to recycling programs and venues. Many people throughout the state have learned how important recycling can be to the economy as a whole.

Recycling Leads to Greater Sustainability

The benefits of recycling in the state of California have an inspirational effect. Once Californians began to witness the benefits of recycling, they've been encouraged to embrace other aspects of sustainability. Groups throughout the state are working toward greener technologies that can help the state meet its clean energy goals, for instance.

(Source: http://www.cawrecycles.org/facts_and_stats/recycling_means_business)

Recycling Leads to Product Innovation

Many manufacturers throughout the state are developing new products using recycled materials. Not only do they recycle materials that might have wound up in landfills, they save money in the process by not using new resources during their manufacturing process. Companies that are dedicated to sustainable practices are also finding that many consumers are interested to work with environmentally responsible businesses.

Recycling Leads to Energy Savings

Californians are working to conserve energy by recycling. Did you know that recycling a single soda pop can conserves enough energy to power a television for up to three hours? Recycling paper, steel, and glass can also lead to incredible energy savings. At a time when energy costs are high as states transition to new energy sources, conserving energy is of vital importance.

Recycling is Good for the Future

Many people choose to recycle today in order to protect the environment for the generations to come. Reducing landfill waste by recycling ensures that no more land will be set aside as dumping ground and that less harmful gas will be released into the air. Recycling is a way to respect the environment so that it remains healthy for all.

Be sure you do your part to contribute to California's recycling initiatives. If everyone does their part, the state will reach its ambitious goals. The result will also be a more environmentally safe state.

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