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What non-renewable resources are used too frequently, and what would make for viable alternatives?

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  • What non-renewable resources are used too frequently, and what would make for viable alternatives?


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Answer #1 | 29/04 2014 19:11
Coal is one such example. Unfortunately nothing can replace it. So there's no alternative
Answer #2 | 29/04 2014 17:29
karamazov- paper is renewable. chemical treated wood. although wood is renewable it also depends on the type of wood but also chemically treated woods are not very good to recycle anyways. good alternative would be pressure treated wood and i think they have heat treated woods as well. another product would be styrofoam. i know they use big blocks of styrofoam as fillers in concrete projects because it's cheap and it doesn't break down. not sure what a good alternative in this situation would be. more concrete would just be more costly
Answer #3 | 29/04 2014 17:21
paper. my pen can rip the 100% recycled stuff. Growing more trees.
Answer #4 | 30/04 2014 02:11
Coal is one such example. Unfortunately nothing can replace it. So there's no alternative
Answer #5 | 30/04 2014 00:21
paper. my pen can rip the 100% recycled stuff. Growing more trees.
Answer #6 | 30/04 2014 00:29
karamazov- paper is renewable. chemical treated wood. although wood is renewable it also depends on the type of wood but also chemically treated woods are not very good to recycle anyways. good alternative would be pressure treated wood and i think they have heat treated woods as well. another product would be styrofoam. i know they use big blocks of styrofoam as fillers in concrete projects because it's cheap and it doesn't break down. not sure what a good alternative in this situation would be. more concrete would just be more costly

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