1. you cannot recycle the paper you see around you, i was referring to the bits and pieces of paper you chuck in a bin, you dont need to chuck that in a plastic bag .. you could you chuck into a paper bag too.JR8 wrote:Paper isn't rubbish, you're supposed to recycle it.rajagainstthemachine wrote:but for dry rubbish like paper, dust, wrappers etc you could use a paper bag.
Biodegradable and recyclable? I'm confused again. The former requires land-filling it, the latter recycling it. They would seem to be polar opposites.rajagainstthemachine wrote:Solution: get supermarkets to give away paper bags instead of plastic bags for dry goods, that turns into an easy biodegradable resource which can be recyled quite easily.
rajagainstthemachine wrote: My pictures seem to signify the fact that us humans are inundating ourself in plastic.
The first one appears to show a vagrant wrapped up in plastic bags. The second one shows a PET recycling plant. I'm unclear how either shows 'us humans inundating ourself under plastic'. Unless you're trying to do the socialist 'We're all guilty' shtick.
2. when you use products which are environmentally friendly you would like them to be both recyclable and biodegradable. they arent polar opposites they complement each other.
3. there is no point in explaining pictures to people who cannot decipher them, maybe you should ignore the pictures if it confuses you.