With the booming human population, the needs of the people also increase. There is one crucial question we need to ask ourselves – what if all the resources are exhausted, till there’s none left? The answer to this raises a question on our survival. It is precisely why we need to work on recycling better while also preserving our natural resources.Sustainable Materials Management presents a viable path.
The year 1970 was a turning point for our nation’s environment. Beginning on January 2, 1970, when President Richard Nixon signed the National Environmental Policy Act into law and culminating on December 2, when his administration created the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
Today’s Guest Blog is by Mathy Stanislaus. It is courtesy of the US Environmental Protection Agency Blog and was first posted on January 6, 2017.
Today’s article continues from Part 1 of Safety – It’s Everyone’s Responsibility.
Refuse and recyclable material collection is the fifth most dangerous profession, with a fatal injury rate of 38.8 per 100,000 workers.