Waste Recycling is an Entry Point to Energies the Green Economy and Achieve Sustainable Development
إعادة تدوير النفايات مدخل لتفعيل الاقتصاد الأخضر وتحقيق التنمية المستدامة
Keywords:Wastes, Waste Recycling, Green Economy, Sustainable Development
The study aims to highlight the extent to which waste recycling contributes to revitalizing the green economy and achieving sustainable development, as the acceleration of building global economies has led to the depletion of natural resources and a large accumulation of waste in its various forms (solid, liquid and gaz). The operation of waste disposal is considered as the biggest trouble that burdens states, so the most optimal solution is to recycle and make use of them. Through recycle principle, wastes are transformed to raw materials exploited in order to confront limited resources and to provide jobs and reduce pollution levels
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