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KNOW YOUR TRASH! (include this in your participant briefing) Trash Classification
Shoreline and Recreational activities
BAGS Small bags e.g. grocery, trash and food bags Small bags e.g. grocery, trash and food bags
Beverage Bottles (plastic), Beverage Cans Beverage Bottles (plastic), Beverage Cans Shoreline and Recreational activities
Straws, Caps / Lids, Food Wrappers Straws, Caps / Lids, Food Wrappers
Shoreline and Recreational activities Clothing / Cloth All forms of clothing – shirts, pants, socks, underwear, gloves, hats, shoes, etc
Shoreline and Recreational activities
Cups / Plates / Forks / Knives / Spoons Cups / Plates / Forks / Knives / Spoons
Shoreline and Recreational activities Fast Food Containers Fast Food Containers Wrapping & packaging materials from foods, including snack foods, candy & fast food
Bait Containers / Packing Bait Containers / Packing Includes any bait boxes, bait bags or bait cups used to hold bait.
Fishing Nets Fishing Nets
Ocean/Waterway activities Rope
Cigarette Lighters Cigarette Lighters
Smoking-related activities Cigarette Packaging Cigarette Packaging
Dumping Activities Tyres Tyres
Dumping Activities Appliances (fridge, washers, etc) Appliances (fridge, washers, etc)
Debris items of Local Concern
Styrofoam pieces Styrofoam pieces
Debris items of Local Concern Rubber Bands Rubber Bands
Debris items of Local Concern Mattresses Mattresses
How to organize a cleanup. Part I. What to prepare as an organiser? 1.Recce of Cleanup Site 2.Participants 3.Logistics 4.Transportation 5.Data Collection.
TRASH FREE SEAS IN CALIFORNIA OCEAN PROTECTION COUNCIL MARINE DEBRIS WORKSHOP June 28, 2013 Nicholas J. Mallos.
YES FOOD AND PAPER ONLY NO PLASTIC, METAL, OR STYROFOAM 46 South Maple Avenue |1 st Floor | Marlton, NJ |
Building a Trash-Free Lunch Pollution prevention meals are a great way for you to get involved in reducing pollution at the source. They can also save.
Do You Know What Goes Where?. an empty juice can? PAPERGLASS/CANS/TRASHORGANIC PLASTIC.
Recycling Dos & Don’ts: ROG Events Recycle at ROG EventsCompost at ROG EventsLandfill at ROG Events Tin and Aluminum Cans & Clean Foil All Foods - except.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Location Miles From California Twice.
Green lunch Think how much rubbish will go into the bin? How to pack your “green” lunch box? Goals of green lunches? Healthy green lunch.
How It Works Each scout earns money for skiing trip, rafting, big city trip, camp, etc. Troop earns money for… Tents, axes, saws, etc. Awards,
History of Marine Debris. Defining Marine Debris Human-made items that are discarded both intentionally and unintentionally and eventually enter ocean.
Asking about location of kitchen’s items. ( )Where is the sink?A) It’s next to the coffeee maker ( )Where is the trash can?B) It’s between the sink.
Think Before You Throw Composting and Recycling at Black Horse Pike Schools Good for Your School Good for the Community Good for the Environment.
Why pack a waste-free lunch? You will feel great about helping the earth by reducing the garbage you throw away. To keep your school yard cleaner and.
BE PREPARED. Resources Scout Handbook Scout Handbook Merit badge books Personal Check list Personal Check list Web based check list Camping.
NorthstarRecycling.com Place materials like the following in this container for cardboard recycling: Corrugated Sugar Bags White Cardboard Brown Cardboard.
Campsite Inspection TOTAL Patrol: Date: Inspected by: CAMPSITE
How can we prolong the use of nonrenewable resources?
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle Pink Panthers.
1. Recognize any recyclable items in pictures 2. Classify items into different categories (glass, paper, plastics, etc) 3. Try to classify every.
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