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  • rainbow colored rubbish.

  • This is the colorful waste created by a Swedish city with a unique recycling system.

  • Like many cities in Sweden, escalate, Stoner has an impressive recycling record.

  • It met the use 2020 target of recycling 50% of waste many years ago.

  • But almost everyone who lives here follows a strict recycling policy.

  • At home, People are expected to sort their household waste into seven separate categories, including food, textiles, cartons and metal.

  • But what really makes this system stand out is the bright color code.

  • The reason for this becomes clear at the city's recycling plant.

  • The bags arrive all jumbled up because they're collected all together once a fortnight from outside people's houses.

  • But thanks to those bright colors, scanners can select the bags and separate them efficiently.

  • The food waste in green bags is processed on site into slurry to make bio gas, which powers the city's buses.

  • One of the benefits of this method of recycling is that there is less cross contamination, so more of the recycled waste can actually be used to make new things.

  • Like the rest of Sweden, Escort student is committed to sending zero waste from its citizens to landfill waste that cannot be recycled is incinerated at a local plant to generate electricity.

  • This reduces reliance on fossil fuels but does create greenhouse gases as countries around the world try to improve their recycling rates.

  • Some may look to escort Stoner as an example to follow as long as they think they can persuade their citizens to get busy sorting at home.

  • People are expected to sort their household waste into seven separate categories.

  • But what really makes this system stand out is the bright color code, the bag's arrival jumbled up because they're collected all together.

  • But thanks to those bright colors, scanners can select the bags and separate them efficiently.

  • One of the benefits of this method of recycling is that there is less cross contamination.

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Rainbow recycling - Lingohack

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/03/26
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