The Recycling of Organic Waste

The management, treatment and recycling of waste result from an observation: the volumes of waste have multiplied since 1950, as well as their harmful effects on our health, the environment and the economy.

Organic waste comes from living things. They can be kitchen waste (vegetable peelings, leftover meat) or green spaces (mowed lawns, dead leaves …). The recycling of organic waste is facilitated by the fact that, as organic elements, they are biodegradable and are rapidly transformed. Recycling organic waste is possible in several ways: it can be treated at home or collectively. read more

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Robots are Changing the Way People Work

Automation has changed the way people work and live. Many people remember Horn & Hardart, an automated food service eatery with packaged food served through windows so there would be “less work for mother.” Now people have fast food restaurants of all types and a wide variety of food served in vending machines. “The Jetsons” made viewers imagine a robotic maid such as Rosie to handle household chores. Today robots are changing the face of the workplace. read more

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