Resource Conservation
Resource Conservation - Carbon Capture

In an effort to measure and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions various methods of carbon capture or carbon sequestration have been initiated. The result of these efforts will effect our accumulated climate change impact by reducing carbon dioxide CO2, methane, and other gases related to global warming.

The measurement and certification of these carbon reduction efforts may qualify for carbon emission credits or carbon offset credits. The trading of carbon offset credits provides a method for broad participation in the carbon markets. The acquisition of carbon offset credits may assist anyone in becoming carbon neutral

Energy conservation in the home, transportation related fuel consumption and fuel emissions are common first steps in addressing our environmental impact. Solar power and wind power ventures have accelerated but we may be overlooking the enormous benefits of recycling.

RecycleNet Corporation has taken a pioneering step by introducing the Recycling Offset Credits (ROCs) program. By measuring and certifying recycling efforts we may be able to demonstrate the huge impact recycling can have on our environment and climate change efforts.

Collecting Used Vegetable Oil (UVO) and recycling it into BioFuel or BioDiesel is one example of the benifits of recycling.
Throwing away a single aluminum can is like pouring out six ounces of gasoline. Recycle the whole can, not just the can tabs.

The 12 month moving average for the market price trend of Recovered Bio Gas is down 7.41%.
(market trend info as at TIME: 16:01 GMT - Monday, May 20, 2019)

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