This is to inform that due to some circumstances beyond the organizer control, “Euro-Global Conference on Recycling and Waste Management” (Recycling 2023) September 21-23, 2023 | Hybrid Event has been postponed. The updated dates and venue will be displayed shortly.
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The reprocessing of plastic waste into new and valuable goods is known as plastic recycling. This can reduce landfill dependency, conserve resources, and protect the environment from plastic pollution and greenhouse gas emissions if done appropriately. Although recycling rates are improving, they continue to lag behind those for other recoverable commodities like aluminium, glass, and paper. In 2015, 19.5 percent of worldwide waste was recycled, while 25.5 percent was burnt and the remaining 55 percent was disposed of in landfills. From the commencement of plastic production in the twentieth century until 2015, the globe created 6.3 billion tonnes of plastic. Because practically all plastic is non-biodegradable and so it accumulates in the environment, where it might cause harm, recycling is required. Every year, almost 8 million tonnes of waste plastic enter the world's oceans, wreaking havoc on aquatic life and resulting in enormous ocean garbage patches.