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Throwaway society

The throwaway society is a term used to describe the fast consumer society of which the failure to design produce and maintain longer-lasting products is the opposite.

Product lifespan complexity

Product life-span complexity is a term used to describe the abstract negative and positive sides of a product after its obsolescence, neither planned or not bits a difficult task to consider all effects if a product after its life-time, deserve to be called success from an environmental viewpoint.

Denim recycling

Denim recycling, with millions of blue jeans being used and thrown away every year, most going into landfills, it is essential to incorporate recycling or reusing of denim materials into the overall development process.

Methane (CH4)

Methane (C4) has many sources, both natural and human-related, but just two major sinks: its destruction in the atmosphere, and its use by certain soil bacteria. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, each kg.

Waste stream

Waste stream describes the total flow of solid waste from homes, businesses, institutions, and manufacturing plants that must be recycled, burned, or disposed of in landfills; or any segment thereof, such as the residential waste stream or the recyclable waste stream.

Soy fibres

Soy fibres derived from the hulls of soybeans. A manufacturing byproduct. Soy fabrics can be blended or made entirely out of soy fibres Soy clothing biodegradable and have minimal impact on the environment and landfills.

Green packaging

Green packaging amounted for 33 per cent of solid waste measured by weight in the United States. Make wrapping the largest form of domestic garbage. In marketing, the packaging is one of the four tools also named the Ps.

Contaminated soil

Contaminated soil is the presence of pollutants density above background levels that pose a potential ecological or health risk.