comparison table between single stream recycling system and dual stream recycling system in Solid Waste Management

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I want heavy informative comparison table between Single Stream Recycling System and Dual Stream Recycling System in terms of:

1-Structure differences

2-Recovery Rate

3-Contamination Rate

4-Cost

5-Challenging in both collection systems


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Single Stream Recycling

Dual Stream Recycling

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Definition

Definition

As its name implies, single stream recycling permits all the
recyclables inclusive of paper, metal, plastic, and cardboard to
be mixed. Typically, the single stream ensures consumers are
provided with one bin that they assemble all their recyclable
materials. This bin is then collected and taken to a facility for
recycling where they are separated after sorting them ready for
process.

Dual stream recycling requires
consumers to carry out separation
first. The consumers here have two
bins one for cardboard and the other
for cans, plastics, glass, and metal.
The collection here is performed by
trucks with many compartments.

Pressley, P. L. (2015).
Analysis of
material
recovery
facilities for
use in lifecycle
assessment.
Wast...


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