THE need for conservation and recycling of as many basic resources as possible is universally agreed throughout all sectors of the community. It has in fact brought together many erstwhile opposing factions and united them in a common cause and interest, albeit for different reasons and motivations. The two extreme factions within the conservation arena have generally been recognized as the ecologists seeking to preserve the environment from the industrialists' pollution of atmosphere and countryside. Notwithstanding the common ground now existing between these rival interests, the major problem which now arises is how to tackle these issues in practical, effective and viable terms.
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