Benedykt Staszewski
Benedykt Staszewski voted up The Z.'s answer

Recycling reduces the amount of wastes that go into landfills. The process of recycling a product, using paper as an example, uses only a fraction of the energy required to produce new products from raw materials, reducing emissions into air and waterways, and saves trees.

Recycling metals like aluminum and steel  can save five times … Read more

Benedykt Staszewski
Benedykt Staszewski voted up Charles Davis' answer

Recycling aluminum cans is good for the environment, It's about the only recycling product that is good. The rest is actually a waste of time and energy. Recycling paper does not save a tree, as most paper is made from farmed trees, and recycled paper need to go through a longer and more costly process … Read more

Benedykt Staszewski
Benedykt Staszewski voted up Charles Davis' answer

Y2K was not near the threat that it was hyped up to be. A few minor bugs were found, I had one program that stopped working, all I had to do was update it and all was fixed. Every time something seems out of the ordinary someone has to start "End world" crap.