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Data of the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Estatstica (IBGE) relative to the basic sanitation in year 2000 point that of about 230 a thousand tons of residues generated per year in Brazil, about 22% the open sky or lixes is destined the drains. The lack of efficient systems of separation, treatment and recycling, allied to low a percentage of taken lixos to recycle makes with that costs with the treatment of the garbage do not stop to increase and continue to have ambient problems associates to the production. In accordance with the Federal Constitution (art. 30, interpolated proposition V, of the CF) the Brazilian cities are the responsible ones for the urban cleanness, however, many of them are come across with barriers of partner-economic character, typical of developing countries, where they lack financial resources even though to cover the basic expenses with the sanitation. DEVELOPMENT Boarding: Recycling and Awareness the recycling would be for the city a more economic alternative since the selective collection presents, normally, a raised cost more. The recycling also needs the awareness of the local population for the reaproveitamento of products reused. Data indicate that, the measure that the collection and the recycling of the discarded materials present as an income-producing alternative, a productive activity becomes, generating job and income. One of the forms for the combat to the destruction of the nature it is the awareness of the society on this thematic one, searching solutions to still paralyze the destruction and, to invert the situation with action of recovery of the environment..