Secondary raw materials are raw materials that are recovered from recycled waste. They serve as raw materials for new products but differ from primary raw materials in that they are not extracted from natural resources but processed from recycled waste and fed back into the economic cycle for a second time or multiple times. Thus, the use of secondary raw materials conserves natural resources and contributes to sustainable development.

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