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Recycle - for a better now and a brighter future
Transcript of Recycle - for a better now and a brighter future
Recycle http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D8BwXp7ICs0 Why Recycle ?
Reduce the amount and toxicity of trash you throw away. Reuse containers and products whenever possible. Recycle as much as possibe and buy products made from recyled items. Recycling along with responsible consumption of products is one of the simplest steps that you can take to improve the future of our environment. Who can recycle ? We can all recycycle!
You are never too young or to old to learn how to recycle. How Can I Start ? It's EASY 1. Educate yourself about recycling 2. Act - make small daily changes in your life like recyclying or changing
your consumption habits 3. Share what you have learned with others 4. Yes - Say "Yes" to being committed about helping the environment For More Info Visit Recycle City http://epa.gov/recyclecity
True or False ? True - Every ton of mixed paper recycled can save the energy equivalent of 185 gallons of gas.
True - Recycling just 1 ton of aluminum cans rather than throwing them away conserves more than 207 million BTUs, the equivalent of 36 barrels of oil or 1,655 gallons of gasoline. How Do Others Feel About Recycling? Create a survey and ask others how they feel about recycling . This can be done individually or as a group project.
Some questions you can ask are ...
Do you recycle ?
What items do you recycle ?
How does recycling make you feel ?
Is there anything difficult about recycling ?
Feel free to add your own questions.
After you finish your survey share your findings with others.
Start a recycling project at your school. Work with students and teachers at your school and find out how to create a student led recycling project at your local school. Monitor Your Recycling Habits Take a piece of paper and write down your daily habits. Include what items you throw out and what items you recycle. Once you have made your list review it and decide if there are any ways that you can recyle more.