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Recycling Project-Omar Ali

Science Project-Grade 3
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Yomna Helmy

on 2 July 2014

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Transcript of Recycling Project-Omar Ali

Recycling
Steel, Glass,
Aluminum Cans, and Foil
Bibliography:
Index:

• What is recycling?
• A History of the Recycle Symbol
• What materials can be recycled?
• Why is recycling important?
• Interesting recycling facts
• Bibliography
What is recycling
A History of the Recycle Symbol
What materials can be recycled?
Why is recycling important?
Paper
Plastic
Interesting recycling facts
http://www.recycledplastic.com/education/a-history-of-the-recycle-symbol/

www.recycling-guide.org.uk

www.benefits-of-recycling.com
Stages of the recycling process
Collecting and sorting
Manufacturing
Selling of the recycled products
to consumers
Why is recycling important?
Recycling Saves the Earth
Recycling Saves Energy
Recycling Helps Mitigate Global Warming and Reduce Pollution
Recycling Reduces Waste Products
in Landfills
Recycling Helps you Save Money
1970
Recycling 1 ton of
=
17
and 7,000 gallons of
48 % of all office is
Recycling one
=
3 hours
TV for 2 hours
Enough to circle the 4 times
500 years to decompose
One country each year
1 recycled for 25minutes
=
OMAR ALI ALI
Grade 3/A
Al Najah Private
School-Abu Dhabi
The recycle symbol is designed in 1970 by Gary Dean Anderson, who at that time is a 23 year old college student at the University of Southern California.
Today, the original symbol and the many versions it has inspired are used as generic recycling labels
Omar Ali
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