Why are Tourists Attracted by the City Full of “Wastes”?

Why are tourists attracted by the city full of “wastes”?

Recently, a lot of wastes appear at the streets of Ottawa, the Capital of Canada, which appeal to the tidy Canadians and attract the attention of many visitors.

What kind of “wastes” has such magic?

In fact, it comes from a special architectural artist, named José Luis Torres. Luis always likes using waste materials to furnish the architectures. He painted the wastes thrown  away in beautiful colors, and decorate the modern cities of Canada.

Luis said, “It is not to attract the attentions of the neat lovers, but remind us to pay closer attention to wastes and protection the environment.

According to the statistics from World Bank Group, current global MSW generation levels are approximately 1.3 billion tons per year, and are expected to increase to approximately 2.2 billion tons per year by 2025.

How to solve the increasing waste generation?

On one hand, we must follow the good habit to protect our living environment; on the other hand, we need to develop advanced waste treatment technologies and realize green recycling of various wastes.

What is pyrolysis technology?

“Pyrolysis technology is one of the leading technologies in the world of high molecular weight polymers, which can covert polymer wastes (end-of-life tires, waste plastics, oil sludge, biomass etc.) into liquid pyro oil with high added values in the industrial and continuous production process.”

Currently, pyrolysis technology represents an important direction of waste resource recycling. Compared with waste treatment technologies such as landfill and incineration, pyrolysis has the great advantages of large processing capacity, high efficiency and no secondary pollution, in compliance with the principles of massive reduction, harmless treatment and resourceful utilization.

We cannot live in the planet full of wastes. Let’s join hands to properly treat the wastes and return the green environment.




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