The diagram below shows the process for recycling plastic bottles. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The diagram illustrates the way of reusing plastic bottles.
Overall, it is immediately receivable from the chart that there are nine stages in this process, beginning with collecting wet plastic waste from garbage containers and culminating in producing products.
The plastic bottles used to recycle are collected from waste with human hands. This waste is then placed onto a garbage truck, which is used to store all plastic misspend at one place behind the truck. After this, waste material is placed in the recycling centre, and employees sort out the bottles according to their conditions and put the waste bottle in the correct box or bad shape bottles are thrown in a second box for dumping.
In the subsequent stage, all the squander got compressed and turned into a large block. Furthermore, the next section is crashing, a block placed upon crushing wheels and turned into plastic pellets, then washed properly with water and collected in a container. It is interesting to note that the pallets made from plastic were put into the machine through the top, followed by pallets getting out from the machine, collected on the surface, and followed by the heating process. Subsequently, with the regular heating, all the pallets changed to raw material.
After that, raw material is stored at the place and delivered to industries, which manufacture and give the shape of the newly plastic bottles, bags, pens and clothes. After the utilised the products, this recycling process will be automated from the beginning.
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