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Waste recycling, what is it?
What is recycling? To reuse or transform waste into new products
Where does our waste go? Almost all waste we produce in Georgia goes into landfills
Landfill Filling landfills is not nice for the environment
How long does it take to decompose? Plastic Bottles - 450 years Aluminum Can - 200-500 years Glass - never Plastic Bags - 200-1000 years
Recycling saves resources Save paper, save trees ! Recycling 1 ton of paper saves 13 trees and 30,000 litres of drinking water
Recycling saves resources Save plastic, save energy ! 1 recycled plastic bottle would save enough energy to power a 60- watt light bulb for 3 hours
Recycling saves resources Save glass, save energy ! Making new bottles with recycled glass saves 25% energy
How and What to recycle?
Waste separation First let’s separate our various waste at home, at school
Waste disposal Dispose your separated waste in specific containers
And then, what happens?
Collection of waste A company comes to pick up the waste and send it to recycling factories
PAPER recycling With PAPER, a factory in Tbilisi produces toilet paper
GLASS recycling With GLASS, a factory in Ksani makes new bottles
CARDBOARD recycling With CARDBOARD, a factory in Tserovani produces new cardboard
PLASTIC recycling With PLASTIC, a factory in Iran makes new containers
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