Glossary - Zero Waste

The basis of the Zero Waste theory is that materials are recycled with no consequent waste taking place. An example of this in practise is that of a multi-component electrical item, like a computer, which - once it is longer wanted - can be broken down into separate parts which could all be used for other applications.

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