Ermm yes

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We should encourage upcycling (which means reusing waste products for purposes), and industrial level of upcycling (taking full advantage of heat emitted during production, emitted chemicals or waste gases, used products, etc.) to eliminate further exploitation of the environment.

We should invent more durable, long lasting and non-for-trend-purpose products to lengthen the lifespan of any product.

conserve resources and the environment

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by: Barry

We shall continue to make and improve our efforts to reduce and eliminate waste. This is a process that takes substantial research, trial and error. It comes with significant costs.

The end result is that large scales changes take a long time sometimes to implement. But at least we know what general direction we need to go.

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