GLOBAL RECYCLING DAY
The power of the Seventh Resource must be recognized by leaders around the world, through seven concrete changes:
Focus on international legislation and agreements.
Support, and campaign for, free sustainable trade of recyclable materials to ecologically sound companies across the globe.
Educate, from grass roots up, the public on the critical necessity of recycling.
Agree to a common language of recycling.
To make recycling a community issue, supporting schemes and initiatives which help households and businesses provide Seventh Resource materials for repurposing.
Work with the industry to encourage ‘design for recycling’ in the repurposing of materials – reducing waste, integrating ‘end-of-life’ planning at design stage.
Support innovation, research and initiatives that foster better recycling practices and technology.
1974 - The five-month-old Arab oil embargo against the U.S. was lifted. In the U.S., the embargo had caused long lines at gas stations, prices soared 300 percent amid shortages and a government ban on Sunday gas sales.
Grover Cleveland (1837-1908) the 22nd and 24th U.S. president. . He was the only president to serve two nonconsecutive terms and was also the only president to be married in the White House.
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Updated 17 March 2018, 18 March 2013