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Recycling at JBS

how to recycle at school

tristan larsen

on 9 January 2013

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Recycling at JBS by Tristan G-8B
•Paper is the main form of waste created by schools, making up at least a quarter of all its rubbish.
•Contact your local council and ask them to provide your school with a paper-recycling bin.
•Set up a paper collection scheme for each classroom by making ‘paper only’ boxes for the children and teachers to put used paper in. Make sure they are clearly labelled and placed in an obvious place.
•Involve pupils by allowing them to create posters and bright labels for the recycle bins. How to recycle in school? Recycling is the conversion of waste products into new materials,
Recycling is a lengthy circular process which has to include transportation of collected materials to a processing facility where they are cleaned and sorted.
We can only say a product has been recycled when it has been purchased and used again. What is recycling? Recycling is important because paper is made by tree but the tree is cut off so its a deforestation and if you recycle paper, paper will be reuse and you will cut less trees than before. Why is recycling important? The project is not concerned with paper, aluminum, cans and glass bottles.
The most common recyclable items. But also focus on the collection of old mobile phone handsets, printer toners and cartridges, alkaline batteries and tetra parks (cartons with foe on the interior) Recycling facts in Dubai! Thanks for watching
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