Mrs. R: Dr.R, this time I harvested the recycled tin cans and aluminum cans. Ah, because they look very similar, Mrs. R will not tell them apart, so I will give them both to you. Dr.R: Actually, there is a way to quickly distinguish tin cans from aluminum cans. The aluminum cans are soft, and they will fall off when you pinch or step on them! In this way, Mrs. R will take up less space when you organize it next time! There is also this kind of air pressure bottle.
Just in case, it is recommended to go to an open place and confirm that the bottle is "completely deflated" before recycling it. Screenshot_2019-12-11_pm 2_37_18 Photo Special Database Credit: Critical Review Network Mrs. R: (Taiwanese Mandarin) Xihou, it means Dr.R, what do you want these scrap iron and aluminum cans for? Dr.R: These bottles and jars are very precious resources! Taking iron as an example, in daily life, iron can be regarded as the most useful, cheapest, most abundant, and most important metal. It is the most important basic structural material in the production of industry and agriculture; it can also be made into steel. Internationallical equipment, the application of the two can be It's too much to say! Screenshot_2019-12-11_pm 2_42_40 Photo Credit: Critical Review Network In fact, these iron cans and aluminum cans were introduced in the small recycling classroom before.
After professional recycling, they are melted into molten iron and aluminum at high temperature, which can be almost 100% recyclable. Mrs. R: Taiwan recycles 4 million kilograms of metal containers every year, so it sounds like these scrap metal containers are more useful than my Mrs. R! Screenshot_2019-12-11_pm 2_42_51 Photo Credit: Critical Review Network Dr.R: I've always believed that there are no discarded resources, just misplaced resources! But I would also like to thank Mrs. R for helping us to do a good job in the classification of resource recycling every day, so that there is such a smooth and complete resource recycling sy