We Recycle More Steel Than Plastic. Why Does It Still Pollute So Much? | World Wide Waste

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Steel is responsible for about a quarter of all industry-related greenhouse gas emissions. We make more and more of it every year, and even steel made from scraps isn’t exactly "green." An Australian steelmaker is working with scientists to clean up the industry.

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We Recycle More Steel Than Plastic. Why Does It Still Pollute So Much? | World Wide Waste