Recycling and the Press
The paper looks at the development of recycling in the United States and examines the response of newspapers and journals.
# 109992 | 1,288 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 14, 2008 in Environmental Studies (Recycling) , Environmental Studies (Environmental Problems) , Education (Social Issues) , Hot Topics (Global Warming)
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The author of the paper examines recycling efforts and new recycling technologies in the United States with particular emphasis on how the printed media - newspapers and journals - cover the subject. The author makes the point that whilst recycling in the US is not new, there is a need for more information to be made available to the public. He goes on to discuss a number of new technologies that received coverage in well known publications and discusses how this benefits the spread of public awareness in matters relating to recycling. The technologies discussed include the following: environmentally friendly plastic recycling plants, recycling of fluorescent lights and the use of coconut husks to produce packaging materials.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Industry News. "Don't Throw Out The Bathwater." Pollution Engineering 38.4 (2006): 8-8.
- Marshall, Jessica. "From Coffee Cup to Compost." New Scientist. 193.2598 (2007): 9-9.
- Reilly, Michael. "Recycled plastic to get clean bill of health." Scientist. 194.2603 (2007): 58-58.
- Schussler, Stefan. "Recycling Fluorescent Bulbs Now Cool." Canada.com. (2007). RetrievedDecember 5, 2007, from http://www.canada.com.
- Washington Post. "Paper or Plastic?" Arts & Living. Retrieved December 5, 2007, from http://www.washingtonpost.com.
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