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BAI VIRBAIJI SOPARIVALA PARSI HIGH SCHOOLConnecting Classroom Online Green Schools Project
A NEED TO RECYCLE, REDUSE , AND REUSE
A NEED TO RECYCLE WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO RECYCLE?WHY SHOULD WE REUSE ITEMS? WHY SHOULD WE RECYCLE? HOW CAN WE HELP?
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO RECYCLE?RECYCLING MEANS TO USE MATERIALS AGAIN TO MAKE SOMETHING NEW!
WHY SHOULD WE REUSE ITEMS?PRODUCTS THAT STAY USEFUL REDUCE THE DEMAND FOR NEW PRODUCTS REUSING ITEMS ALSO EXTEND THE PRODUCTS NEED TO BE RECYCLED OR THROWED AWAY
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO REDUCE?REDUCTION MEANS TO MAKE SOMETHING SMALLER USE SOMETHING LESS OFTEN
Where does it go? Much of our garbage ends up in landfills.Sometimes the garbage is taken to an Incinerator where it is burned.
HOW CAN WE HELP? We can help by learning more about andPracticing the three “R”s of management: Reduce, reuse, and recycle.
HOW B.V.S PARSI SCHOOL RECYCLE MATERIALSPAPER Reduce paper waste by cancelling unwanted deliveries, or read news important events and notices online on school web site .
Using recycled paper whenever possible.
GLASS Reuse glass whenever possible. Jars can be used as small containers and bottles can be used as vases.
TEXTILE Donate old clothes and shoes to charity shops or take them to a jumble sale. Old clothes can be used to make other textile items, such as cushion covers or cleaning clothes.
COMPOSTING Compost is used as fertiliser in garden soil.
TRASH FOR CASH There is a ‘trash for cash ’ scheme operating by school students . The money is used for needy people and students in our society.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Respect Reduce To reduce the size, number, or use of something is very important. Each person in the US produces four pounds.
The 3 R’s in todays society.
We have been finding out about ‘Recycling in Leeds.’ Calverley Parkside Primary School.
We all can save the Earth
Too Good to Waste!. What is Garbage? Commonly, it is the stuff we throw away A.K.A: rubbish, waste, trash, refuse.
Mrs. Chappell’s Class Recycling Project Why Recycling Works.
Sustainability at Sarah’s Oasis! E. Who are we? E.
GREEN SCHOOLS’ COMMITTEE: WASTE
Trash and Recycling. How Much Do We Waste? What we generally think of as trash is Municipal Solid Waste (MSW). This waste is also sometimes called post-
next R EUSE, R EDUCE, R ECYCLE TO YOU KNOW ABAUT THEM ? N O ? S O READ ABOUT THEM BELOW !!!!! You can reduce the amount of waste you create by choosing.
Waste Management. Did you know? *Over 100,000 tonnes of household waste is produced each year in Nottingham alone? *Composting organic material would.
Reduce, re-use, recycle.
Web Page for Middle School Can You Match? Do You Know? Can You Do? Reuse and Recycling Programs Contents:
Recycling Recycle Reuse. Recycle Glass Cans Plastic RecyclingRecycling Factory NEW! NEW! NEW!
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT
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By Zespół Szkół w Kamieniu, Poland. RECYCLE Recycling is a process to change waste materials into new products to prevent waste of potentially useful.
Recycle, Reuse, Reduce. ARE WE HAVING A PROBLEM? Our natural resources are depreciating… & It will soon be gone if we don’t do anything about it!
4-H Vermicomposting A fifth-grade school enrichment program.
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Respect Reduce To reduce the size, number, or use of something is very important. To reduce the size, number, or use of something.
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