Common Misconceptions About Recycling

@article{Geyer2016CommonMA,
  title={Common Misconceptions About Recycling},
  author={R. Geyer and Brandon Kuczenski and Trevor Zink and A. Henderson},
  journal={Sustainability at Work eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
The recycling of material resources lies at the heart of the industrial ecology (IE) metaphor. The very notion of the industrial ecosystem is motivated by the idea that we should learn from natural ecosystems how to 'close the loop.' Recycling is not just central to IE, it is part of everyday life. Unfortunately, how the IE community and the public at large think about recycling includes several misconceptions that have the potential to misguide environmental assessments, policies, and actions… Expand
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