https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Recycled and Recyclable Products. Information and Advice
R&R: Recycled and Recyclable Products. Information and Advice
Recycled & Recyclable

The section of the Recycled  & Riciclable (R&R) portal was created to collect suggestions for the purchase of everyday products that can enjoy information relating to eco-compatibility and sustainability . Through a free choice, we suggest some articles that may have one or two Rs, through which you can identify the path of the same in the context of circular economy. The products are thus divided into two circularity codes: R&R, code that represents the circularity of the article, where the raw material derives from mainly recycled materials and is destined, at the end of its life, for traditional mechanical recycling , extending the life of the element without using additional natural resources. R is the code that represents an article made with virgin raw material but which can be recycled without problems, as it is not composed of mixed raw materials that can create waste during recycling. See more information about the articles Automatic translation. We apologize for any inaccuracies. Original article in Italian.

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Bathroom Cleaner with Natural Products and Recycled Packaging
R&R: Bathroom Cleaner with Natural Products and Recycled Packaging
Recycled & Recyclable | Household items

In the bathroom cleaning outfit, the cage system with the interchangeable tablet, when exhausted, was analyzed from the point of view of product sustainability. Bref ProNature offers continuous cleanliness and freshness for your toilet with a focus on the environment. Produced with ingredients of natural origin and packaging made with 100% recycled materials (cardboard, plastic and wire cage) and recyclable. With 4 different functions (cleaning foam, anti-limescale formula, dirt protection and extra freshness) Easy to use: hook Bref ProNature to the edge of the toilet and position it so that the jet of water hits the cage. Replace Bref ProNature when the cage is empty. Pack of 10 pieces; Mint Eucalyptus fragrance. Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?) See more info about recycling

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Outdoor Armchairs and Sofa in Recycled and Recyclable Rattan
R&R: Outdoor Armchairs and Sofa in Recycled and Recyclable Rattan
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

100% Made in Italy rattan set, for garden or terrace, produced with recycled material, consisting of a 2-seater sofa, two armchairs and a table for cushions. 4 removable cushions are included Simple assembly without screws with sturdy and resistant material The rattan-like material is composed of recycled and recyclable plastics, normally in PP or PP / PE, with a view to proper management circular of materials. Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?) See price and other information

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Lightweight Handy Hedge Trimmer with Recyclable Components
R&R: Lightweight Handy Hedge Trimmer with Recyclable Components
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

420W hedge trimmer, cutting length 450 mm, cutting thickness up to 16 mm, weight 2.6 kg. Easy handling: lightweight hedge trimmer, designed for less strain on the arms and back. Comfortable working position: the optimal balance of the tool and the ergonomic handles allow to assume a correct working position. Powerful power: The powerful motor and 16mm cutting thickness provide the cutting power needed for young or small to medium sized hedges. Optimal balance and ergonomics to work effortlessly in all positions. 420 Watt «High-Power» motor for a powerful cut. Small size for easy handling. The product contains metal parts that can be recycled, while the plastic shell, made with virgin material, does not present recyclability problems. Technical data: Engine power 420 W Blade length 450 mm Cutting thickness 16 mm Number of empty strokes 3,400 strokes / min Weight 2.6 kg Circularity code: R (what is the circularity code?) See the price and other information

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Production of Bioplastics from Agricultural Waste
R&R: Production of Bioplastics from Agricultural Waste
Recycled & Recyclable | Books

With a view to recycling and reusing plastics, the production of bioplastics through agricultural waste finds an interesting space. Bio-based plastics have a huge market and a wide range of applications and then increased in the economy and research. Due to the environmental danger on all organisms and the pollution that occurs in all natural resources such as air, water, plant and soil pollution and the limitation of the amount of fossil resources on our planet, the future cannot depend on petro-plastics. All fossil products should be replaced by bio-based products. Petro-plastics are one of the fossil products that should be replaced by bio-plastics. In this study, agricultural residues were used to produce bioplastics using starch extraction and the addition of some ingredients such as water, glycerin, vinegar and industrial colors with different ratios and in biochemical reaction under heating. This process has produced a wide range of bioplastic samples with different properties such as texture, hardness and consistency. It was concluded that bio-based materials can be used effectively to treat bioproducts such as bioplastics. Italian version Buy the bookSee more info about recycling

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Biodegradable and Biocompotable Garbage Bags
R&R: Biodegradable and Biocompotable Garbage Bags
Recycled & Recyclable | Household items

30 lt separate waste collection bag, 100% biodegradable and biocompostable suitable for the collection of household waste. The biopolymers can be produced from plant sources or from the degradable waste of food that constitutes the humid part of the domestic separate collection. Pack of 160 bags.Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?)

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Recycled Polypropylene Tiles for Walkways
R&R: Recycled Polypropylene Tiles for Walkways
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

Recycled and recyclable plastic tile, terracotta or green color, with dimensions 400x400xh25mm, and a net surface of 390x390xh25mm. It is suitable for walkways in gardens, vegetable gardens, gravel areas, meeting places. Features: The intrados structure is characterized by honeycomb cells to give greater capacity, with a design created in such a way as to create a tile that can satisfy both demands for draining and full. The design allows the combination of a quarter and two quarter hooks. Code Circularity: R&R (what is the circularity code?) See new ideas for your garden

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Dog Bed in Recyclable Resin with Wood Effect
R&R: Dog Bed in Recyclable Resin with Wood Effect
Recycled & Recyclable | Articles for Animals

Dog bed in plastic resin, anti UV, recyclable. Ideal for the maximum comfort of large dogs, external surface finish with wood effect. Removable bottom, equipped with wheels, for quick cleaning Tiltable roof in one or two positions to allow greater ventilation Dimensions: 110x94x77h cm To improve thermal insulation it is possible to insert the insulating panels kit inside the kennel, available separately Circularity Code: R (what is the circularity code?) See price and other information

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Line of Recyclable and Lightweight Plastic Vases for flowers
R&R: Line of Recyclable and Lightweight Plastic Vases for flowers
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

A coordinated and complete line of jars made with certified and non-toxic resins, presents a recognizable accuracy in every aesthetic and functional detail, ensuring reliability, resistance and durability: resistant to sudden changes in temperature , to shocks and sunlight. All jars are guaranteed for 3 years. Available colors: White Cappuccino Coral red Gray Mustard Terracotta Available sizes: D.25x18,5h D.20x15,5h D.15x11h D.30x22h D.35x26h D.40x30h D.45x33,5h D.50x37h D.60x45h D.70x45.5h Available capacity: 1 Lt. 2.8 Lt. 5.7 Lt. 9.5 Lt. 16 Lt. 23 Lt. 31 Lt. 46 Lt. 80 Lt. 122 Lt. Circularity Code: R (what is the circularity code?) See new ideas for your garden

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Composter in Recycled and Recyclable Polypropylene
R&R: Composter in Recycled and Recyclable Polypropylene
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

The Bio Composter is produced in green recycled polypropylene, shockproof material, resistant to cold, bad weather, oils and solvents Simple and quick to assemble, it does not require the use of tools Washable, it does not absorb liquids and does not retain moisture Polypropylene plastic material Green color Item dimensions: LxWxH 80 x 80 x 82 cm Rectangular shape Weight 10.48 Kilograms Circularity code: R&R (what is the circularity code?) See new ideas for your garden

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: Festooned Polypropylene Vase for Flowers and the Garden
R&R: Festooned Polypropylene Vase for Flowers and the Garden
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

Festooned Vase Ø cm 55x45H in Resin / plastic of Various Colors suitable for plants and flowers in the garden. The product is made through the production of polypropylene in the rotational phase, also suitable for large pots. Product features Measurements: Ø external / internal 55/49 cm - Height 45 cm - Liters 63 Available colors: Anthracite - Terracotta - Sienna. Accessories: Saucer Ø cm 41, not included in the price. Circularity code: R (what is circularity code?) See new ideas for your garden

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https://www.arezio.it/ - R&R: The smart vase in ABS with the APP that Helps the Life of your Flowers
R&R: The smart vase in ABS with the APP that Helps the Life of your Flowers
Recycled & Recyclable | Garden Products

Not all are born gardeners or expert florists and, many times, inexperience leads to unpleasant results when we want to grow flowers on the balcony or in the garden. The fear that flowering plants dry up sometimes leads us to over-watering, with the consequence of rotting the roots or increasing the presence of aggressive fungi. Sometimes we forget to wet enough and the flowers dry out or stunt in growth, with loss of color and vigor. On other occasions we do not know how to calibrate the fertilizations by exaggerating the quantities on one side or not giving sufficient contribution in other cases. In fact, all this uncertainty also turns into an economic waste, as the replacement of flowers occurs more frequently than would be needed, thus also creating economic damage . Now you can count on a vase in recyclable ABS, a raw material of high quality and resistance, in which a sensor connected to an APP is inserted, which can tell in real time the state of health of your plant and the soil in which it is immersed. Through Bluetooth 4.1 you will have, on your mobile phone, the data of humidity and of the fertilizer value present in the pot in which your flowers live. The APP advises you when to wet the plant and when to add fertilizer to keep your flowers beautiful. Your technological pot has a built-in LED that indicates the values required for monitoring the life of your plant. Vessel characteristics Template: for HHCC Flora Monitor Wireless connections: Bluetooth 4.1 BLE Battery capacity: 350 mAh Waterproof level: IPX6 Advanced Sunburn ABS material, not easy to corrode Intelligent LED display 4 different light displays (load, reduced power, fertilizer imbalance reminder, water imbalance reminder) See new ideas for your garden Circularity Code: R (what is the circularity code?)

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Paintable Recycled PVC Self-locking Flooring
Paintable Recycled PVC Self-locking Flooring
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

Self-locking block made of recycled PVC from the recovery of cable sheaths, suitable for the creation of drive-over, colored and electrically insulated outdoor flooring. With this recycled self-locking block, it is possible to create eco-friendly urban areas, suitable for vehicular traffic, even heavy, as the product has a great resistance to crushing, to the torsion impressed from the wheels of vehicles when they maneuver, stable as they have an interlocking shape, not subject to breakage due to sudden changes in temperature, which can be colored with acrylic paints for plastic materials. The advantages of the product: Lower transport costs as it weighs less than a concrete block per m2Easy to pose as it has an interlocking shapeGreater dynamic range compared to a self-locking concrete and longer lifeEcological as it is made 100% with waste from cable recyclingCreates an electrically insulated surface as PVC is an insulating materialResistant to oils and acidsIt washes and degreases easily with jets of water and detergentNon-slip Suitable for animal stalls as it is easily washable and insulating Product use: Flooring of industrial workshops Parking Vehicle transit areas Elevated parking Inclined ramps for pedestrian movement and for vehicles Flat roofs Terraces Certifications: Resistance to abrasion Flexural strength Compressive strength with reduced thickness Penetration value of the artifact at different times Slipperiness with BCRA method Dimensional stability Remaining footprint Apparent thermal conductivity Electrical resistance: surface insulation Electrical resistance: insulation through the thickness of the material Resistance to cigarette burn Reaction to fire Eluate analysisLaying of blocksThe underlying surface must be well rolled and compacted, there must be no depressions or holes. If the bottom is made of gravel or mixed sand material, it is advisable to lay a layer of 300 gr geotextile per sqm. to separate the subfloor with the upper sand state. This will be composed with a fine grain size for a thickness of 5 cm.If the substrate is uniform and compact, the geotextile layer is avoidable. Once the sand has been laid, the blocks are arranged following the joints and completing the surface to be paved.In correspondence with the curbs it is possible to cut the excess part of the solid wood with a simple electric hose.At this point the floor is ready or it can be painted according to your wishes.Packaging:Sqm. per pallet: 15Pallet weight: 950 Kg.Height of the solid wood: 6.2 cm.Surface: smooth or textured Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?)See other info about PVC recycled flooringSee the drive over grass  grating  in recycled HDPESee more info about recycling

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Drive-over Grass Grating in Recycled and Recyclable HDPE
Drive-over Grass Grating in Recycled and Recyclable HDPE
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

The drive-over grass grating, in recycled plastic, is made up of modules in high density polyethylene (HDPE) with honeycomb design, environmentally friendly, suitable for the construction of parking lots, driveways, driveways and rest areas. The green areas of urban centers have a specific purpose that goes in addition to the aesthetic and recreational areas, in fact these areas, unlike those paved with concrete, asphalt or other waterproof systems, allow the natural infiltration of rainwater into the ground, thus mitigating the flooding phenomena that occur more and more often in our cities . Through the use of the grassy recycled driveway it is possible to obtain a consolidation of the ground, with a lawn that can be immediately used by vehicles and that only needs the normal and regular crop care. The surface covered by grass is approximately 90% and contributes to the drainage of rainwater. The recycled and recyclable grating allows high compressive strength values depending on the type of underlying soil, the substrate and its thickness. The flooring made with this recycled module is not attacked by microorganisms present in the soil, nor by chemicals and / or fertilizers used for the growth and care of the turf furthermore, by virtue of the material of which it is made, HDPE, the element is also resistant to temperature variations, especially the colder ones, to aggression by atmospheric agents and is stable to exposure to UV rays. Applications • car parks and drive-through rest areas • passages and routes subject to vehicular traffic • fair ways of golf courses • cycle paths and pedestrian paths • paths and green areas of swimming pools and sports facilities, hospitals, etc ... • playground • parking areas and storage for caravans and campers • helicopter landing pad • emergency vehicle transit areas • fair and exhibition areas. Installation The installation is simple and does not require skilled labor. The grassy grating is light and equipped with an interlocking system which, in addition to ensuring a quick and precise installation, partially compensates for the natural linear expansion of the element. The grassy grating must be laid in horizontal lines from left to right, starting from top to bottom. The hooks for the joint, present on two sides, must be turned to the right and downwards. To obtain a better final result it is advisable: • perfectly level the laying surface; • provide perimeter expansion joints, spacing the installation of the elements from curbs, sidewalks, walls by a few centimeters; • provide for central expansion joints, in the case of large surfaces, avoiding the coupling of one module with the next and leaving a space of about 3 cm every 10 linear m; • square the surface about every 10 m2, always in the case of large surfaces to be covered Technical features: Base: cm. 40x40 Height: cm. 4.8 Material: recycled HDPE Piece weight: 900 gr. Compressive strength: 106 Ton / sqm. Packaging: cm. 120x80x250 on wooden pallet N 'pieces per pallet: 300 Mq. per pallet: 48 Pallet weight: 280 Kg. Colors: green, gray and sandCircularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?)Related ArticlesPAINTABLE RECYCLED PVC SELF-LOCKING FLOORINGCERTIFICATIONS ABOUT SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS IN RECYCLED PVC FOR FLOORINGWHY CHOOSE RECYCLED PVC BLOCKS INSTEAD OF CONCRETE ONES?SELF-LOCKING IN RECYCLED PVC: HOW TO DESIGN SUSTAINABLE BIKE PATHSMore info about recycling Automatic translation. We apologize for any inaccuracies. Original article in Italian

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Why Choose Recycled PVC Blocks Instead of Concrete Ones?
Why Choose Recycled PVC Blocks Instead of Concrete Ones?
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

Many fundamental choices are too often made by making a mathematical price comparison, between two elements taken into consideration that apparently seem to have the same characteristics and the same functions. In the field of construction, an activity that has an important environmental impact and where the circularity of the products used has not yet reached full capacity, very often two products to be used only on the basis of price, often choosing the lowest one. The decision to lay the cheaper one, often the concrete one, comes from the conviction that the two products are replaceable between the concrete block and the recycled PVC block and that we have the same technical and durability functions. Although the cost of the two products is on average close between the two, the choice of using the cheapest one creates an apparent saving, but in reality the cost per square meter over the years of the concrete element can be significantly higher than that of recycled PVC. In the weighted decision between one product and another, the price variable alone cannot condition the purchase, as it can rightly be taken into consideration when all the other differences have also been analyzed and evaluated economically. Let's see some: • The recycled PVC brick has a weight per square meter. lower than those in concrete. Each designer should take into consideration the greater environmental impact that a greater number of transports, with the same surface laid, affects the carbonization count. • The recycled PVC block is not damaged by road salt, damage that affects the concrete blocks with maintenance costs in important years. • The recycled PVC block is an electrically insulated surface and can also be used in industrial contexts where leakage current could be a danger. • The recycled PVC brick has a good bending value, this allows the product to absorb small and medium imperfections of the substrate without breaking. • The recycled PVC block has a decidedly reduced installation cost compared to the paving in self-locking concrete blocks, as the stratification it needs, on compact ground , it is only about 5 cm. of sand. This also affects the environmental impact of the transport of raw materials which are decidedly against the concrete block. It also has an intuitive and comfortable pose, typical of DIY, so as to allow anyone to create the required flooring. • The recycled PVC brick can be easily cut with a non-professional hose or saw, concrete one needs equipment with professional grade diamond blades. • The recycled PVC brick is composed of plastic waste derived from the processing of electrical cables, which are shredded, selected and extruded, contributing to the full circularity of the raw material. Furthermore, the solid PVC laid at the end of its life can be recycled again. Each flooring made with solid PVC helps to reduce the amount of waste we produce daily. • The recycled PVC brick is waterproof, this involves a lower risk of breakage in freeze and thaw cycles. • The recycled PVC brick, as it is non-porous, cannot be stained with oils or fuels that can lose the means of transport, which happens indelibly with the porous concrete pavement. Diesel, oil or petrol stains remain permanently on the cement surfaces, while those made with a solid recycled PVC block can be easily washed with a jet of pressurized water. • The traditional flooring brick is normally composed of cement, which derives from the processing of natural stones by excavation, then undergoing a firing process that uses fossil energy in great quantity. Cement is combined with sand to form a cement mixture, sand that comes from excavating land or dredging rivers, irreparably consuming natural resources. The third element necessary to produce concrete blocks is water, which normally affects a percentage of more than 40% per gram of cement used. So the environmental impact of a square meter of concrete blocks is incredibly higher than one made of recycled PVC. • With regard to the resistance to compression, driveability, tire torsion, reaction to fire, cigarette burns and slipperiness, the two products are on average equivalent. In the light of these data, the price comparison between a solid recycled PVC and a concrete one must take into account all these points, which are accounted for, economically and morally, they bring PVC brick to a much lower overall cost than concrete or asphalt paving.Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?)Related articles:SUSTAINABLE ROAD FLOORING WITH RECYCLED PVC BLOCKSSELF-LOCKING PAINTABLE RECYCLED PVC FLOORCERTIFICATIONS ON RECYCLED PVC SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS FOR FLOORINGRECYCLED PVC BLOCKS: HOW TO DESIGN SUSTAINABLE CYCLING TRACKSDRIVE-OVER GRASS GRATING IN RECYCLED AND RECYCLABLE HDPELearn more about recycling and the circular economy Automatic translation. We apologize for any inaccuracies. Original article in Italian.

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Self-Locking in Recycled PVC: How to Design Sustainable Bike Paths
Self-Locking in Recycled PVC: How to Design Sustainable Bike Paths
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

The problem of environmental protection is now a completely transversal topic in our life and, at every level of responsibility and competence, its protection and the reduction of the impact of 'man on the ecosystem is to be kept in evidence. Cities and the connecting areas between them are experiencing a transformation in the field of sustainable mobility, pushing in decisive way towards the use of the bicycle. Precisely in the era of a pandemic there was a rediscovery of the pedal vehicle, an activity that takes on factors that are not only of a social, urban or environmental character, but it embraces those principles of “slow life”, that is a more natural and relaxed approach to life, where time is given the right value, not consumed but lived. The use of the bicycle has led to the rediscovery of a healthier mobility system, more participatory towards the environment crossed and a form of newfound familiarity and conviviality between people . To follow this new approach to sustainable mobility, it is necessary to create and improve routes that are expressly dedicated to bicycle traffic, through projects that take into consideration the principles of sustainability and the circular economy. For this reason, in the technical design phase, the use of materials that can contribute to the environment, waste reduction and recyclability of the elements at the end of their life. As for the road paving of cycle paths in urban areas or connecting one city to another, the tendency is not to use materials that have created an environmental impact already in their constitution before their use, such as asphalts or concrete blocks, whose raw materials derive from natural resources, but to use elements that derive from the recycling of plastic materials. One of these is the self-locking block made of recycled PVC, whose raw material consists of the waste from the processing of electrical cables, from which the copper and the plastic sheaths. These sheaths are recovered, selected, recycled and transformed into raw material to create driveways with monolithic interlocking suitable for road and cycle-walkable pavements. A flooring made with PVC recycled interlocking blocks fully embraces the principles of the circular economy, that is, the use of processed waste to replace natural raw materials for avoid the impoverishment of the planet. The flooring in self-locking blocks in recycled PVC has a long life, remains flexible in operation, does not create holes, does not undergo degradation due to road salts, it is light and with an economical do-it-yourself installation, it does not stain as it does not absorb oils or pollutants, it is washable, non-slip and paintable. In addition, the replacement of individual pieces of the flooring is very simple and economical, as the self-locking block is quickly replaced without creating an interruption in the road network for maintenance. Circularity Code: R&R (what is the circularity code?)Related articles: Paintable Recycled PVC Flooring Self-locking Certifications on Recycled PVC Blocks for FlooringWhy Choose Recycled PVC Blocks Instead of Concrete Ones?Sustainable Road Paving with Recycled PVC BlocksDrive-over Grass Grating in Recycled and Recyclable HDPELearn more about recycling and the circular economy Automatic translation. We apologize for any inaccuracies. Original article in Italian.

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Certifications about Self-Locking Blocks in Recycled PVC for Flooring
Certifications about Self-Locking Blocks in Recycled PVC for Flooring
Recycled & Recyclable | Eco-sustainable flooring

The solid recycled PVC is a product that fully embraces the concept of circular economy as the raw material that constitutes it comes from the recovery of the sheaths of electrical cables. This material is selected, ground and sent to the block production plant. A construction element with an interlocking shape that allows you to create load-bearing floors for vehicular traffic without weighing on the balance of environmental sustainability through the use of natural resources such as aggregates or extractive materials that make up the cement. It also contributes to the reduction of plastic waste in the environment as the recycled soft PVC is used 100% in the finished product. When it comes to recycled products it must be remembered that in addition to ensuring the circularity of waste raw materials, the self-locking block at the end of its life remains an important and then it will be recycled again without creating waste. In addition, the technical characteristics of the product made are of considerable value as they have extremely important construction characteristics from the point of view of a driveway or pedestrian flooring that other traditional materials do not have. For the technical characteristics and the use and installation systems, I refer you to in the specific article. Here we deal with the certifications that the product has achieved through official tests at the Turin Polytechnic, the Galileo Ferraris Institute in Turin and the Ministry of the Interior : Abrasion resistance (UNI 8298/9 standard) by abrasion meter Taber: • Average mass loss value 370 mg. CS10 type abrasive wheel loaded with 10N • Average mass loss value 442 mg. CS17 type abrasive wheel loaded with 10N • Average mass loss value 472 mg. Abrasive wheel type H.22 loaded with 10N • Average mass loss value 576 mg. Abrasive wheel type H.18 loaded with 10N Flexural strength (points 3.1 and 3.2 of DM 3/6 / 68): • Average flexural strength value 2.17 N / mm2 Compressive strength, detecting the load applied in correspondence of the vertical deformations 10% and 20% of the initial thickness of the specimens, as well as upon the occurrence of the first cracks and collapse: • 10% thickness reduction = (104,58KN -9 6,6KN - 80,10 KN) • 20% thickness reduction = (173,40 KN - 170,10 KN - 155,37 KN) • Cracking load = (236,40 KN - 228,12 KN - 228,12 KN) • Collapse Load = (303,54 KN - 295, 80 KN - 256,26 KN) Penetration after 1 minute at 25 ° C (UNI 5574 / 3.5): • Average value of penetration 1.08 mm. Penetration after 10 minutes at 25 ° C (UNI 5574 / 3.5): • Average penetration value 1.355 mm. Penetration after 30 seconds at 45 ° C (UNI 5574 / 3.5): • Average penetration value 1.075 mm. Slipperiness with BCRA method, reference law n°13 D.M. 14/6/89 n ° 236 for the measurement of the dynamic friction coefficient, prescribed value> 0.4: • Dry leather sliding element: 0.585 • Rubber sliding element on wet floor: 0.78 Dimensional stability UNI 5574 (dimensional variations%) measured in two directions orthogonal after 6 hours at 80 ° C: • First direction +0.178 / -0.666 / -0.079 • Second Direction -0.477 / -1.113 / -0.154 • First direction +0.596 / -1.067 / 0.436 • Second direction +584 / -0.499 / -0.651 Residual imprint UNI 5574- 3.7 at a temperature of 25 ° C: • Average value of residual footprint 0.52 mm. Apparent thermal conductivity UNI 7745: • Lamda 0,141 W (mK) Electrical resistance - Surface insulation CEI 64.4 (1973) Temperature 21 ° C and humidity 30%: • Measure 1 2x10 (12 °) Ohm • Measure 3

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https://www.arezio.it/ - eBook: Understanding the World of Recycling to Improve Life
eBook: Understanding the World of Recycling to Improve Life
Recycled & Recyclable | Books

Environmental awareness is finally spreading among the world population and, consequently, politics and production activities are realizing that, willy-nilly, they have to satisfy increasingly more demands decided of the people. We must however say that the world is not responding in a homogeneous way to this green feeling, in fact, there are geographical areas where the popular consciousness is very active in pursuing a lifestyle and more virtuous collective behaviors, while in other parts, the environment is an element of no interest and therefore with no protection. Here comes into play, not only a different perception of the protection of nature, in the form of less exploitation of its resources and less pollution, for example through management of the waste we produce, but also the relationship between the objects we use and their recycling. It is certainly a cultural and educational fact, whether or not to address the environmental problem and, consequently, waste management, which can be seen as a resource, an investment in the protection of our planet or seeing them only as waste which we can get rid of quickly and economically. The waste issue is, and will be central, in the sustainability policies that many countries around the world are supporting and there will be no progress and development without a circular economy shared and participatory. The globalization of which we are part, makes us touch how the actions of one or more nations can indelibly influence the life of other nations from a head to the other of the world. This can be seen in the pollution of the oceans by plastic residues, for example, which are thrown into rivers instead of being recycled, creating an environmental deficit even in countries very far from where waste is dispersed. This is environmental globalization, where the wicked action of some can create an ecological catastrophe for all. The need to increase environmental awareness, even in these countries, is a determining factor if we want to balance and strengthen the common action to improve the ecosystem and waste management, affecting less and less the exploitation of natural resources. This culture of recycling must grow day by day, involving the highest possible number of people in this new phenomenon, not only in the most advanced countries in the sector of the collection, recycling and reuse of waste, but also accompanying populations less sensitive to the circularity of the economy, towards a full awareness of the balance between life and the environment. In this eBook we will talk about many topics, some technical, some informative, some curious and some institutional, touching on the most disparate fields of the varied world of waste recycling. We will deal with landfills, entering into the detail of which life cycle the waste that is discharged in them has, we will talk about electronic waste, going into their management, of illegal recycling and the environmental consequences that this entails. We will understand which international regulations have been established to regulate the reuse of raw materials that derive from recycling to protect our health. We will deal with the technologies, implemented and future, suitable for recycling the collected waste, comparing mechanical recycling with the chemical one, we will also try to give an overview of the toxicology of plastics. In managing the choices towards achieving a circularity of waste, we will talk about the role that finance is playing in the world of economy and the need for the production cycle global commitment to create more recyclable or fully recyclable items. We will try to illustrate how, at times, we face choices in the field of recycling based on stereotypes and incorrect information, especially when it comes to plastic, many times supported by partisan chatter and not scientifically objective. There will be space to talk about the recycling of fabrics, paper, plastic, car components, glass and many other product families, suggesting a correct use of waste for the creation of finished products. We will also talk about technologies for the detection and control of odors in the field of recycling that can help consumers to use more recycled finished products. eBook: Italian versionLearn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - From Waste to the Circular Economy Through History. eBook (IT)
From Waste to the Circular Economy Through History. eBook (IT)
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Italian version. Sometimes it happens to be convinced that some processes, some products or some services are the result of recent discoveries, that some strands of thought such as recycling, green economy, circular economy, renewable energy or the function of plastics, among supporters and against, have been born in recent years. Everything seems so close in time, the seas polluted by plastic, the garbage on the streets, the separate collection that doesn't work as it should, global warming, traffic vehicles and the fossil combustion boilers that contaminate the air, the hope of hydrogen, wind and sun for cleaner energy and to fight against rising temperatures on the planet. The media, social networks, people talk about climate change, the rationalization of the use of products, the reuse and refusal of disposables, sustainable mobility, and a less unbalanced diet. meat, forestation for carbon balance, desertification and upheavals of natural habitats with the consequence of the birth of new, unknown viral strains that threaten man. A bombardment of news, concentrated, which seem to have been born all together, developing as an intertwining of linked links that reinforce our sense of restlessness. Between hopes and anxieties we try to understand the evolution of the intertwining between environment-consumption-production-energy-waste-food, as if no one before today has was aware that the correct management of these phases are essential for our future and that of our children. But nothing seems certain as in this period, nothing seems to have an evolution from the past that makes us understand how to face the future based on the experiences of those who have preceded, everything seems new and unknown. But it is perhaps the load of news that pervades our daily life in which we sometimes do not have the time to deepen and weigh things, which makes us think that there is no past and everything happens today. In reality there are many things in our life that although they seem recent or relatively new or even only sketchy and which we await the arrival as the solution to problems actual, in fact, in most of the times they are known to the historical paths. Maybe they have been sketched, used then abandoned and then resumed, they were immature and today they can return vigorously thanks to technological advances, out of time then and now current, non-essential in the past but useful today. We are talking about scientific discoveries, indispensable materials, innovative industrial processes, initiatives to protect the environment, sustainable economy and attention to the environment, in a historical period in which none of this was considered really important, but which marked a beginning, through far-sighted and out of the ordinary men who, stubbornly, put a small seed that made it flourish, after years or centuries, a continuity with modern times. In this book we start from afar, from the medieval period, to link our present with our past and, through characters who worked in completely different sectors, we go up the slope of the years, up to the present day, with what the future still seems to us: hydrogen. It is not a history book, but an episodic story, liberations drawn from the life and work of famous or completely unknown people, told based on the contribution that they gave progress, small or large, but always innovative and still useful for our lives today. Many other characters will be able to follow, all united by the certainty that today we are where man wanted to be, for better or for worse, and that nothing is born for case, suddenly. The book is available in the Italian version on Amazon and on Google in the eBook version or in the PDF version by writing us an email. Learn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - From Waste to the Circular Economy Through History. eBook (Eng)
From Waste to the Circular Economy Through History. eBook (Eng)
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English version. Sometimes it happens that we are convinced that some processes, products or services are the result of recent discoveries, that some strands of thought such as recycling, green economy, circular economy, renewable energy or the function of plastics, among supporters and contraries, have been created in recent years. All these things, such as the seas polluted by plastic, the garbage in the streets, the separate collection that does not work as it should, global warming, vehicular traffic and fossil-burning boilers that pollute the air, the hope of hydrogen, wind and sun for cleaner energy and the struggle at the increase of temperatures, seem so close in time. The media, social networks and people discuss about topics like climate change, rationalization of the use of products, reuse and refusal of disposables, sustainable mobility, a less unbalanced diet regarding meat, deforestation for carbon balance, desertification and disruption of natural habitats with the consequence of new ones and unknown viral strains that threaten man. That's therefore a bombardment of news, which seem to have been created all together developing as a chain that reinforces our sense of restlessness. Through hopes and anxieties we try to understand the evolution of the intertwining between environment-consumption-production-energy-waste-food, as if no one before today realised how much the correct management of these phases is indispensable for our future and that of our children. But nothing seems certain as it is in this period. Nothing seems to have an evolution from the past that makes us understand how to face the future by relying on the experiences of those who have preceded us. Everything seems new and unknown. Nonetheless it is perhaps the load of news that pervades our daily life, in which we sometimes do not have the time to deepen and weigh things, which makes us think that there is no past and that everything happens today. In reality there are many things in our life that seem recent or relatively new and which we await the arrival as the solution to actual problems. However, most of the time they are known to the historical paths. Maybe they have been sketched; used, abandoned and then resumed. Maybe they were previously immature and today they can return vigorously thanks to technological advances. Maybe they were non-essential in the past but useful today. We are talking about scientific discoveries, indispensable materials, innovative industrial processes, initiatives to protect the environment, sustainable economy and attention to the environment. This happened during a historical period in which none of this was considered really important, but which marked a beginning, through far-sighted and out of the ordinary men, who stubbornly put a small seed tha made it flourish creating a continuity with modern times after years or centuries. In this book we start from the medieval period in order to link our present with our past and we continue throughout the years, thanks to characters who worked in completely different sectors, up to the present days, with what still looks like the future for us: hydrogen. It is not a history book, but a story in episodes which are drawn from the life and work of famous or completely unknown people, analysing the innovative contribution they gave to progress, both small and large, that is still useful for our lives today. Many other characters will be presented, all united by the certainty that today we are where man wanted to be, for better or for worse, and that nothing is born by chance, suddenly. The book is available in the Italian and English version on Amazon in the eBook version or in the PDF version by writing to info@arezio.itLearn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Post-consumer LDPE. How to Reduce Imperfections. eBook
Post-consumer LDPE. How to Reduce Imperfections. eBook
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How to reduce imperfections in the production of LDPE films made with post consumer grain. Italian version. The eBook addresses, in the style of the technical pantry, the entire production chain of a post-consumer LDPE granule starting from the collection phases of the film in the form of waste, and following an illustrative path in the various stages of processing: selection, shredding, washing, densification, granulation, bagging, laboratory tests, production recipes and use in filming. The peculiarities and the main errors to be avoided in the production of the granule and in that of the finished product are highlighted, the production limits in terms of quality of the raw material coming from post-consumption are addressed, importance is given to the knowledge of the quality of the granule through laboratory tests, recipes are recommended to obtain a film that has a good quality / cost ratio. The index of the topics covered is as follows: INTRODUCTION IS THE USE OF REGENERATED RAW MATERIAL ONLY MARKETING? THE LDPE FILM COLLECTION CHAIN THE PROCESSING OF THE POST-CONSUMER LDPE INPUT DENSIFICATION AND EXTRUSION OF LDPE BAGGING AND STORAGE OF THE GRANULE GRANULE CLASSIFICATION USE OF THE POST-CONSUMER GRANULE FOR FILMING CREATING COMPOUNDS WITH LDPE FROM OTHER SOURCES CONCLUSIONS If you want to buy the eBook you can do so by following three options: - By sending an email asking for the PDF of the book to be sent - By Amazon Learn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - eBook: Post Consumer LDPE
eBook: Post Consumer LDPE
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English version. How to reduce imperfections in the production of LDPE films made with post consumer granule production chain of a post-consumer LDPE granule starting from the collection phases of the film in the form of waste, and following an illustrative path in the various processing phases: selection, shredding, washing, densification, granulation, bagging, laboratory tests, recipes production and use in filming. The peculiarities and the main errors to be avoided in the production of the granule and in that of the finished product are highlighted, the production limits in terms of quality of the raw material coming from the post-consumer, importance is given to the knowledge of the quality of the granule through laboratory tests, recipes are recommended to obtain a film that has a good quality / cost ratio. The index of the topics covered is as follows: INTRODUCTION IS THE USE OF REGENERATED RAW MATERIAL ONLY MARKETING? THE LDPE FILM COLLECTION CHAIN THE PROCESSING OF THE POST-CONSUMER LDPE INPUT DENSIFICATION AND EXTRUSION OF LDPE BAGGING AND STORAGE OF THE GRANULE GRANULE CLASSIFICATION USING THE POST-CONSUMER GRANULE FOR FILMING CREATING COMPOUNDS WITH LDPE FROM OTHER SOURCES CONCLUSIONS If you want to buy the eBook you can do so by following three options: - By sending an email to: info@arezio.it requesting the PDF of the book to be sent - via Amazon at the linkLearn more about recycling and the circular economy Happy reading

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Environment and Circular Economy. eBook. (Italian version)
Environment and Circular Economy. eBook. (Italian version)
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Environment and circular economy are two sides of the same coin. There is no concept of a sustainable environment and ecosystem if we fail to implement a circular management process of the waste we produce and a massive use of renewable energy. We imagine a great engine that is powered by our actions through a chain of conjunction that generates our life. Without energy we cannot live, but this engine must be powered by actions in our life that allow and justify, over time, the existence of the circuit. The actions are represented by a correct approach to waste management according to the 4R concept, reduce, reuse, recycling and recovery, and by the unconditional use of sources of renewable energy. But what do these 4Rs actually mean? Reduce It starts from the concept of eliminating what might be superfluous, for example trying to buy products without packaging, such as bulk detergents or mineral water from municipal distributors. In other cases it means choosing products that have a totally recyclable mono-plastic packaging (i.e. avoid product packaging with multilayer plastics) or wood or non-plasticized paper or glass or metal, all recyclable. Reuse We should have already learned the concept of reuse from our grandparents and their ancestors, who reused everything that was possible until the natural exhaustion of the materials. A used or "out of fashion" dress (a modern concept although questionable if too much weight is attributed to it) should not be thrown in the garbage, but placed in the collection bins for clothes, with which many associations will give clothes to those who cannot allow you to buy them. They can also become rags for dust or other uses. Plastic bags, once received by the merchant, can be reused in many ways, as can paper bags. The wooden or plastic fruit box can be used in the cellar or garage or at home to tidy up. The detergent bottle can be used by refilling it, like glass or plastic water bottles. These are just trivial examples that, however, must make us think before throwing away a product, because each recovered packaging reduces waste in the environment and saves precious raw materials. Recycle It is understandable that not everything can be reusable, therefore, when we decide to transform an asset that we no longer need into waste, we must think that we are not throwing a useless object, but a raw material that can and must be reused so as not to weigh on the environment. So it is important to separate the paper from glass, plastic, metal and wood, so that recycling centers can transform them into new raw material. If this is not done, the materials that could be recycled will be considered non-usable waste, therefore lost, with a negative environmental impact. Recovery At the end of the virtuous cycles expressed as reduction, reuse and recycling, there may be fractions of non-workable and reusable waste according to the rules described. Once again nothing is lost, because non-recyclable waste can take two ways: to produce electricity and heat through modern waste-to-energy plants, or subject them to chemical recycling that breaks down the products into fractions originating from polymers, for example, to make them reborn as a new raw material. All these operations have a deserving impact on the environmental impact, reducing water, air and soil pollution and saving exhaustible natural resources. Another essential element in defending the environment is the use of renewable energy in any form: wind, solar, geothermal, hydraulic, fusion and marine. The growth of their use must be continuous, both in the civil and industrial sectors, because saving oil not only reduces the emissions into the atmosphere that are strangling the world , but avoid negative, collateral consequences, such as deforestation, the destruction of natural ecosystems and seas. Finally, in this great moving chain that unites everyone, the environment must have a correct balance between human needs and climate protection. Climate change is not expressed only with the annoyance of the heat that disturbs our life, so we worry about turning up the air conditioner, or seeing the melting on television of the arctic ice caps as an abstract documentary that fills our days. Global warming leads to prolonged droughts in some areas of the planet, which creates famines, mass migrations to countries less exposed to climatic pressures, increasing tensions at the borders among the various countries, the clandestine trafficking of human beings, the spread of pandemic diseases, wars for water, food and land that remained fertile, devastating fires such as those that occurred in Australia that kill, destroy the forests that they give us oxygen, animals and agricultural activities, leading to the spread of poverty and the reduction of agricultural production, it also reduces international trade and increases global insecurity. In the book we wanted to collect articles, published on the Web and declined in pills, in order to continue this reasoning of correlation between environment, waste, clean energy, and their consequences if we do not accelerate on these three cornerstones of our life. The 30 pills, to light up your reflections, embrace in different forms and with different news, the indissoluble chain that moves our life, with the hope that each , reflecting, he sees his own existence in a different and less impactful way. Italian language version The eBook can be purchased on Amazon  or in paper version by sending a request via email. Learn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Open Your Eyes and Raise Your Head. The protection of the environment. eBook
Open Your Eyes and Raise Your Head. The protection of the environment. eBook
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Open your eyes and raise your head. eBook. The eBook collects the issues of environmental protection. The book tells episodes that really happened regarding pollution, environmental exploitation, the distorted use of available natural resources, the inertia of a part of the world population, the economic inequalities in the environmental sphere among the world population, the murders of active environmentalists, the role of global communication, the activities of environmental movements and youth, the hope of scientific research, ecological marketing and all of us find a new harmony with nature. Italian Language Version The purchase of the ebook in PDF version is possible by sending a request email or through Amazon. Learn more about recycling and the circular economy

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https://www.arezio.it/ - Recycled EPDM Granules (Rubber) 0,8-2,5 mm
Recycled EPDM Granules (Rubber) 0,8-2,5 mm
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Production of recycled EPDM (rubber) granules from the processing of end-of-life tires that are collected, shredded, divided from the metal carcasses and reduced to a particle size suitable for extrusion  of new products. Technical characteristics: Grain size: 0.8 - 2.5 mm. % of free steel: 0 % of free textile: 0.25 % of other impurities: 0 Packaging: 1200 Kg.Learn more about recycling and the circular economy

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