Stainless Steel Is 100% Recyclable, Which Makes The Planet Happy

by Jason Stile - Date: 2007-03-07 - Word Count: 390 Share This!

I don't know about you but I read and watch the news and it seems we are going to be in big trouble if we don't change some of our habits and patterns. Taking the easy route can be very damaging. I know we have already set things in motion with oil and plastics which come from oil but that does not mean it is not harmful. Using a different resource or material requires a huge amount of energy and effort. To change every engine in the world from a gas or oil burner, to another engine that will use different cleaner source of fuel would require a major worldwide overhaul.

That is too much to deal with in the short term but at least we can do something right now. We can more conscious of the materials we purchase in our day to day lives. Look around your home and see what things are made of. When you shop to replace these items like your trash can, is there other materials you can choose from? Do you think of how these materials impact the environment? How are they manufactured? Can they be recycled? How much of that product will be buried somewhere for 100,000 years before it breaks down?

These questions and many more caused me to do a little research and the best product I found for the environment and your home is Stainless Steel. You can take any stainless steel product, melt it, and reform the same product without any loss to its quantity or integrity. That fascinated me when I discovered it. I started to find out how many products I could find made of this material and there are more than I thought. I realized that these products also last much longer than other materials like plastics and other metals without damage or discoloration.

It is nice to know that I am playing my little part in helping to change our habits to just but whatever is there without even thinking about it. I hope you to will be a little more conscious and considerate of our planets future. We don't want to leave a mess behind for the next generation to clean up. We are intelligent beings and can choose greatest good or the easy way. I choose the greatest good and I hope you will to.

Related Tags: appliances, environment, recycle, stainless steel, trash can

This article is written by Jason Stile, Ceo of JLS Global and President of My Stainless Steel

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