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#1 by tasman1 » Mon Mar 25, 2019 21:17

Recycling
It is just a way for rich to become more rich
They use recycled material , rubbish , cheap , free , to produce more rubbish product that can not last long and can be used again and again and sold for big money again and again and using slaves in production

Reject recycling .You will pay big money for ,example, pants produced from recycled material , from old pants used 100s time from 100s people .How many did shit in that pants before you did buy it ?????

Reject recycled stuff , , put in garbage bin stuff that you used and smash it first so they can not use it again ... example , I buy 5-7 printers a year [ new one cost me 29.99 or I buy ink, 40 for black and white and 45 for colour one ... no way , smash it and put in garbage bin

Recycling =perfect way for more money in rich pocket and rubbish product for you
It is all brainwashing from rich and powerfull
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#2 by valerie » Mon Mar 25, 2019 21:34

Go to island in the middle of sea. Be stranded there all alone.

You won't need old recycled poopie pants. :lol:

You won't need ink either.

Only you can recycle and buy for free.

Eat coconut. Recycle coconut shell for a hat.
Hat get old, stomp on it with rock, recycle hat for fire start shavings.

Fire be good to throw fish on for charbroiled dinner. Recycle fish bones
for floss.
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#3 by tasman1 » Mon Mar 25, 2019 21:39

valerie wrote: Go to island in the middle of sea. Be stranded there all alone.

You won't need old recycled poopie pants. :lol:

You won't need ink either.

Only you can recycle and buy for free.

Eat coconut. Recycle coconut shell for a hat.
Hat get old, stomp on it with rock, recycle hat for fire start shavings.

Fire be good to throw fish on for charbroiled dinner. Recycle fish bones
for floss.



Cool , I like that , going now to that island , ciao
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#4 by Darkstar2 » Mon Mar 25, 2019 21:51

tasman1 wrote: Recycling
It is just a way for rich to become more rich
They use recycled material , rubbish , cheap , free , to produce more rubbish product that can not last long and can be used again and again and sold for big money again and again and using slaves in production

Reject recycling .You will pay big money for ,example, pants produced from recycled material , from old pants used 100s time from 100s people .How many did shit in that pants before you did buy it ?????

Reject recycled stuff , , put in garbage bin stuff that you used and smash it first so they can not use it again ... example , I buy 5-7 printers a year [ new one cost me 29.99 or I buy ink, 40 for black and white and 45 for colour one ... no way , smash it and put in garbage bin

Recycling =perfect way for more money in rich pocket and rubbish product for you
It is all brainwashing from rich and powerfull

Hmm - yeah companies are getting rich but that's not the point of recycling apparently. :D As far as poop, well I am not entirely familiar on how they handled soiled items, but normally as a rule you must put in the recycle stuff that is not soiled with food or poop, how do they deal with people who do not abide by the rules I dunno, I'd like to think that if they come across a crusty poop stained pants, they will reject it. The same applies for all recyclables, cartons and containers people eat from, spit in, etc, even the water we drink is probably recycled from toilet water, that's what treatment plants are for - think about that next time you drink tap water, assuming tap water is potable there :P

As far as recycling, here we have no choice, it is LAW, we have 3 types of waste, regular garbage, compost waste and recycle bin, the city rules require proper disposal of compostable material, and recycle, if you put recyclable or compostable material in regular garbage you get a hefty fine from city, and yes they do routine inspections so no choice, the rule is no soiled material, but people don't abide, and put their soiled pizza boxes in the recycle bin or non recyclable stuff in there too with their spit, left over food, and who knows what else :D I dunno how recycle plants handle this, I'd like to think thee is a quality control that rejects material that is not fit for recycling, i.e. sh** stained pants or greasy pizza boxes :mrgreen:
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#5 by Nikorj » Tue Mar 26, 2019 09:54

:lol: :lol: :lol:

But recycling is actually becoming a big thing, And also in the fashion industry (mostly in bigger cities where people have money). I actually had a lot of surveys about it including vegan food and so on.

Fashion stores in Copenhagen are selling recycled pants and shirts for more than double the price, Trendy city slickers loves wasting their money on overpriced crap.

I'm litterely saving the planet by buying recycled toilet paper which costs 3x as much as the discount version, You can thank me later (no worries).

Sit down and breathe out, Capitalism will save the planet.
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#6 by dutch1898 » Tue Mar 26, 2019 13:37

Just come back from my 5 k walk that I do about 4 mornings a week (The other 3 I play table tennis) and came home
with 3 shopping bags filled with cans and bottles for recycling. Doing my little bit.
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#7 by wildbillhickok » Tue Mar 26, 2019 14:15

Quote:Go to island in the middle of sea. Be stranded there all alone.

You won't need old recycled poopie pants. :lol:

You won't need ink either.

Only you can recycle and buy for free.

Eat coconut. Recycle coconut shell for a hat.
Hat get old, stomp on it with rock, recycle hat for fire start shavings.

Fire be good to throw fish on for charbroiled dinner. Recycle fish bones
for floss.

This looks like one of those Discovery channel survival shows :lol: :lol: :lol:.
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#8 by tasman1 » Tue Mar 26, 2019 17:08

Nikorj wrote: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But recycling is actually becoming a big thing, And also in the fashion industry (mostly in bigger cities where people have money). I actually had a lot of surveys about it including vegan food and so on.

Fashion stores in Copenhagen are selling recycled pants and shirts for more than double the price, Trendy city slickers loves wasting their money on overpriced crap.

I'm litterely saving the planet by buying recycled toilet paper which costs 3x as much as the discount version, You can thank me later (no worries).

Sit down and breathe out, Capitalism will save the planet.



Recycled pants have all different price , depend how many folks did wear it and how are they used before recycling , more shit and piss and you pay more
On some new pants , recycled , it is possible tol see shit from former owner and have nice piss smel

Welcome to recycled world

Are you going to buy new pants today ? Enjoy
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#9 by valerie » Tue Mar 26, 2019 18:12

Can't u just say 'poopiedoopie' and 'weewee'!
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#10 by Darkstar2 » Tue Mar 26, 2019 18:18

Nikorj wrote: :lol: :lol: :lol:

But recycling is actually becoming a big thing, And also in the fashion industry (mostly in bigger cities where people have money). I actually had a lot of surveys about it including vegan food and so on.

Fashion stores in Copenhagen are selling recycled pants and shirts for more than double the price, Trendy city slickers loves wasting their money on overpriced crap.

I'm litterely saving the planet by buying recycled toilet paper which costs 3x as much as the discount version, You can thank me later (no worries).

Sit down and breathe out, Capitalism will save the planet.

Don't even get me started on recycled toilet paper :lol: Though I don't think recycled toilet paper is made from used toilet paper, or maybe it is, for "fragrance" :P Anyhow, here we have recycling policies, nothing soiled, so cartons and containers not soiled with food, and of course no toilet paper, toilet paper goes in the garbage. As far as recycled toothbrush and floss, yes many mouths have used that before, the same with the anti depressant infested city water people drink.
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#11 by valerie » Tue Mar 26, 2019 18:25

I think they need to focus on items that desinagrate .... disenigrate...disenagrate........
that deteriorate quickly.

:lol: I was just thinking about someone drinking milk out of a plastic carton and
the carton melts in their hands....you know, like.....times up!
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#12 by tasman1 » Tue Mar 26, 2019 19:00

From Netherland with love , time to send my used toilet paper to Netherland , I call it tasman1 fragnance
As big shiter I can send them a lot :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

A new cellulose-harvesting system, the Salsnes Filter, separates cellulose fibres from the toilet paper that has entered the waste water system, cleans and disinfects them before they can be sold on and be turned into a variety of commercial products.

Indeed, the cellulose recouped through this technology can be used a replacement for bitumen in asphalt, turned into bio-plastics, or into bio-composites for building materials.

In the Netherlands, in the first pilot of this kind, CirTec - in partnerhips with consultants KNN - has been using the Salsnes Filter technology to convert used toilet paper into materials to build cycle lanes, with the the first recycled-toilet-paper cycle-lane now stretching for one km between Leeuwarden and Stiens, in the north of the country.

Apparently, thanks to its permeability, adding cellulose from the toilet paper to conventional asphalt helps maintain traction on slippery roads.
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