Steel is the world’s most recycled material. Its properties remain unchanged no matter how many times the steel is recycled. This infographic has been produced to show the amazing life cycle of steel.
There are several steps you should take to protect your home if you live in a hurricane zone. From securing your windows to checking your landscape, this infographic by US Door & More has a simple checklist to follow. They also have suggestions for a hurricane survival kit.
Many people are not aware of what goes into disposing hazardous waste. In this infographic, learn what materials are considered hazardous, special requirements for labeling and transporting the waste as well as the many methods used for proper disposal.
In July 2012, Carnegie Hall’s Archives embarked on an exciting new chapter with the start of its Digital Archives Project, a multi-year initiative that will preserve and digitize most of the Hall’s historic collections. To mark the first year of this immense project, they have created an infographic that shows some of the historic materials they’ve preserved and digitized since last July.
TheJunkGuys presents the following infographic that aims at bringing out the big picture of trash in North America and why it becomes imperative to dispose it off properly. This picture is painted by using statistics on garbage and trash production in North America and brings to light some interesting facts about garbage such as harmful chemical components and cost of disposing off the trash.
Have you ever heard of “zero waste” packaging? Learn what it means to be “zero waste” & discover its many benefits to the environment in this infographic created by the folks at Be Green Packaging Store.
In this infographic you’ll learn about the different practices that construction companies are implementing in order to keep our environmental footprint to a minimum. You will also be able to see interesting statistics regarding how effective these practices are.
What will it take for us to reach global sustainable energy for all by 2030? Check out the infographic below presented by The World Bank to learn about the goals that need to be met in order to have sustainable energy worldwide.
Want to do your part to help save the environment? Change the way you commute and you could make a huge difference! Check out the infographic below presented by CheapCarInsurance.net to learn about the greenest ways to get around.
Producing more trash than any other country in the world, America throws away more than 500 billion pounds of trash per year, with each person throwing a stunning 4.4 pounds of trash away per day. Did you know that 1 plastic bottle takes 700 years to begin composting? Read on to discover more shocking facts in the “10 Reasons Why You’ll be Buried Alive” infographic from KirbyBuilt.
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