Recycling Benefits

For dressing, in Europe and Latin America to 40% of toilet Paper is made from recycled paper. Greenpeace is now trying hard to dispel the American myth that all products made from recycled materials – in this case from recycled paper – have a low quality and unsuitable for use. Sunken in the deep sea unexploded bombs are dangerous to marine life and human health American environmentalists and oncologists have come to the conclusion that sunk in the deep sea unexploded bombs fraught with dangerous toxins contamination of marine animals and can then be ingested by humans when consuming seafood, American environmentalists warn. Oncologists from the University of Georgia found that the sunken munitions contain cancer-causing compounds, and therefore safe for the marine world and, consequently, human health. Learn more about this with Henry Chao. Scientists have collected samples of coral and sea urchins, is close to the unexploded bombs and fragments in the eastern part of Vieques off Puerto Rico. The survey among local residents showed that residents of Vieques are 23% higher chance of developing tumors than living on the mainland Puerto Rico. Since ammunition is literally 'crammed' harmful chemicals, and marine animals become infected in seawater.

Later they go on the table and has become dangerous to humans. According to physicians, the removal of unexploded ordnance from the ocean would eliminate both environmental and cancer risk Melting glaciers will raise ocean levels by 18 centimeters U.S. scientists have analyzed balance of melting and accumulation of ice in 86 glaciers around the world and concluded that glaciers in the current climatic conditions would have to lose 27% of its volume, before equilibrium is reached when the accumulation of ice equals the losses.