Each of us throws away waste every day, and in the scales of one city it's hundreds of tons of garbage a day. To sort so much waste is difficult. Therefore, the number of landfills grows, and for a big city it turns into a big problem, and sometimes into an ecological catastrophe. We are building the Recereum platform, and we offer to earn coins for the correct waste sorting. With such cooperation, we are sure that much more garbage will be recycled, and factories will receive much more recyclables for production. With blockchain we can be sure of the reliability and safety of this process. It's not just about waste sorting:
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Global waste management market size showed significant growth from 2010 to 2020 (in billion U.S. dollars)
The global waste market has come across as the most rapidly developing market. Numerous technological advancements are occurring in this market, thereby positively impacting the overall development. A large number of government initiatives across the globe are favoring the recycling of waste products, thereby significantly impacting the market growth. Moreover, the labor cost is at an economical rate is fuelling the growth of the waste recycling services market.
Based on statistics, the third part of Municipal Solid Waste Landfilled. The problem is a large volume of unsorted waste
As of 2017, S.O.R.T. services over 79,000 households and 1,200 places of business. The program issues all Oyster Bay residents a 20-gallon can to deposit metal, plastic and glass recyclables into. Waste collection vehicles collect recyclable waste twice a week and deliver it to recycling plants, where it is then recycled. Oyster Bay has the largest recycling program in New York State, larger than Manhattan, Brooklyn, or Buffalo.
January 2017 - China is to dedicate 252 billion yuan (29 billion) to addressing the issue of waste over the next three years, the country’s economy agency has announced. According to Shenzhen’s guidelines, individuals and work units that do not follow trash-sorting rules may be fined 50 yuan (about $7) and 1,000 yuan, respectively. Moreover, garbage collection and transport companies, as well as property management companies in charge of residential areas, can also be held responsible for not implementing the rules to the tune of up to 10,000 yuan.
In Germany, regulations exist that provide mandatory quotas for the waste sorting of packaging waste and recyclable materials such as glass bottles. Between 325 and 350 million tons (net) of waste are produced in Germany each year, with construction and demolition waste (including road construction) accounting for 60 percent of this waste, while municipal waste accounts for 14 percent, and hazardous waste for 5 percent. For further information see under Waste Statistics.
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