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The diagram below shows the process for recycling plastic bottles.

Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.


The given diagram illustrates the process by which plastic bottles are recycled to manufacture recycled products for consumption.

Overall, the recycling process of plastic bottles involves six main stages in which bottles undergo a series of treatments including collecting, sorting, compressing, crushing, producing and heating to become the final products.

Initially, plastic bottles are collected together when individuals separate their garbage in a particular recycling box prior to being transferred to the recycling centre by a specialized delivery truck. After that, the bottle collections are laid upon automatic lines to be classified manually, which eligible ones are put into a separate box.

In the following stages, the separated bottles are compressed into a square block to facilitate the crushing phase through a grinder to become small plastic pieces then washed inside a liquid tank. Following that, the pieces are put inside a particular machine to produce plastic pellets before forming raw materials by heating the pellets. Eventually, raw materials are packaged and become ready for manufacturing recycled products for consumption

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The given diagram illustrates the process by which plastic bottles are recycled to manufacture recycled consumer goods. products for consumption. (Consumption implies that we eat or drink the products. "Consumer goods" is a set phrase for all kinds of items that people use.)

Overall, the recycling process of plastic bottles (You already gave this information in the first paragraph. Avoid repetition.) involves six main stages (Your essay lacks coherence and cohesion because you write "six" but then do not describe six stages in the detail paragraphs. ) in which bottles undergo a series of treatments including collecting, (Collecting is not a treatment.. It should not be in this list.) sorting, compressing, crushing, producing and heating to become the final products.

Initially, plastic bottles are collected together when individuals separate their used plastic items from garbage into a designated particular recycling bin. box (The rest of the sentence does not foloow..) When they are full, the bins are dumped into a specialized truck and prior to being transferred to the recycling centre by a specialized delivery truck. After that, the bottles are sorted collections are laid upon automatic lines to be classified manually, which where the eligible ones are put into a separate box.

(You do not need a new paragraph. ) In the following stages, (Which of the six stages starts here?) the separated bottles are compressed into a square blocks to facilitate the crushing phase (Is that a stage?) through a grinder which produces to become small plastic pieces. These are then washed inside a liquid tank (The tank is not made of some liquid.) filled with water. Following that, (Which of the six stages?) the pieces are put inside a particular fine grinding machine to produce plastic pellets which are, after heating, the raw material for manufacturing. before forming raw materials by heating the pellets. Eventually, (That means there is a very long time between heating and packaging. That is not true.) raw materials are packaged and become ready for manufacturing recycled products for consumption

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You have to do some higher-level summarizing. There are three stages - 1) plastic bottles being used and discarded 2) plastic bottles being treated in a recycling factory and 3) the output of the factory, sent to manufacturing plants for production of consumer goods.

Stages are classified by an input followed by processing steps which create an output.

In this diagram, there are three stages:

Stage 1:

input: plastic items or containers bought in a store
output: used bottles in a recycling bin

Stage 2:

input: used plastic items
output: raw material consisting of processed plastic.

Stage 3:

input: raw material
output: consumer goods for sale.

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