Short Communication, J Biodivers Manage Forestry Vol: 9 Issue: 4
Recycling Summit 2019 - Waste Recycling and Reuse is the major industry for the reduction of global poverty and hunger in the developing countries of the world like South Asia particularly in PakistanMuhammad Usman
Agricultural Research System, Pakistan
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The aim of presentation consist of waste recycling, reuse, industry, production, income, employment, economy, crises, poverty and hunger were study and reported that Waste Recycling and Reuse is the major industry for the reduction of global poverty and hunger in the developing countries of the world like South Asia particularly in Pakistan.The study reported that unless you have been on another planet for the last century, then you have probably heard of it. Recycling is the process of breaking down and re-using materials that would otherwise be thrown away as trash. Many communities and businesses make it easy to recycle by placing labeled containers in the open for public use, or providing bins for home and business owners who have curbside pickup.There are numerous benefits to waste recycling and reuse with so many new technologies making even more materials waste recyclable and reuse, with everyone’s help we can clean up our Earth. Waste recycling and reuse not only benefits the environment but also have a positive effect on the economy. Waste recycling and reuse is reported throughout human history but has come a long way since the time of Plato when humans re-used broken tools and pottery when materials were scarce. Today, there is a multitude of benefits that come from recycling as well as tons of items that can be recycled.
The different types of recycling are Waste Paper Recycling, Cardboard Recycling, Plastic Recycling, Metal Recycling, Wood Recycling, Textiles Recycling, Bricks/Inert Waste Recycling and Glass Recycling. In the light of the above study it is concluded that waste recycling and reuse is the major industry for the reproduction, absorbing millions of technical and non-technical peoples, generate income, create employment, stronger economy, reduce crises, poverty and hunger in the world.
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Mr. Muhammad Usman, Former Director General of Agricultural Research System, Government of Pakistan who retired from service after a spotless career of about 35 years with senior level experience on research and development of agricultural industry with regard to food Chemistry, food science and Nutrition, renewable energy, sustainable agriculture of oil seed, cereal, fruits, vegetable and other cash crops.
Mr. Usman is basically an agricultural scientist with specialization of agricultural and food chemistry working as plant breeder with regard to the yield and quality of various agricultural crops as well as nutrition. Mr. Usman has also worked on Biosciences of lipid’s, food legumes crops and Bio-energy.
15th World Convention on Waste Recycling and Reuse