Madrid, a new sustainable way of seeing the city

Madrid a new sustainable the plastic water bottle has become a symbol. Every day millions of water. Bottles are uup and thrown. Away. Many end up thrown in the street if the. Consumer is unscrupulous, others correctly plain .yellow container, if he is a more civic-min type. From the moment we lose sight of the bottle, the fog of the environment hangs over it. It is not easy to find reliable data on how much is recyc a ircuit (for example, making new pet bottles (pet, polyethylene terephthalate, is a type of plastic wi soft drink bottles) from discarpet bottles) or open (when various discar plastics are i to make coarse materials, such as park benches or pavements). A portion is incinera, generally with electrical energy recovery.

But the truth is that a large proportion of used

Plastic bottles end up in a landfill, wild, or, even worse, in a. Container ready to embark on a journey of thousands of kilometers to some country in southeast . What would the life of the plastic bottle be like in a circular, complete recycling and zero-waste begin with, the amount of. Packaging that would end up in a landfill would be zero. But there would be much more complication. For example, it is very possible that the bottle was not fossil energy, oil, as is currently the case, but from some renewable plant raw material. The composition of the plastic and its shape could also vary, if the bottle is as a use, throw away and forget object, but as an element of the circular economy . For example, the size of the mouth can be made wider, to facilitate cleaning and reuse of the container.



Goes without saying that the chemical composition

F the bottle would be perfectly healthy, that is, it. Madrid a new sustainable would not contain any toxins in its composition or any material disease, such as the famous bisphenol a. Already in production, the manufacturing of these bottles design be “circular” would be done in a., that is: renewable energy would be us, the water effluents un manufacturing would be carefully and , etc. When the time came to fill them with liquid and transport them to their destination, the circular bottle would do than the current one. It is very possible that it did not travel too much distance, or not as much as the average of current bottles, which travel on average thousands of km, with the consequent waste2.

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