In Italy in 2010 were produced 32.5 million tons of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). It is estimated that a significant proportion of bulky waste abandoned is still “working” and usable by many people. A more correct use of these habits and organization of a collection would lead to recycle a large amount of these materials with enormous cost benefits and economy of certain social groups.
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