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Reduce Reuse Recycle
Transcript of Reduce Reuse Recycle
So go out this door and help recycle!!! Reuse Recycle RECYCLE - make it into something new
-Always see if you can buy things made from recycled materials
-Sort all your garbage so that the glass, tin cans, plastic and paper can be recycled
-Think about what other things can be recycled at your local recycling center, like batteries and ink cartridges
-Use kitchen waste as compost on the garden.
-Look at your recycling sheet. Reduce Reuse Recycle REDUCE REDUCE - make throw out less garbage.
Reducing means using LESS. Reduce the amount of packaging we use. Reduce the amount of paper we waste in the classrooms. Reduce the amount of water we use. Reduce the amount of heat and energy we use.
EXAMPLES - Bring your own bags to the grocery store.
Don’t print things off the computer .
Don’t leave the tap on while brushing your teeth.
Don’t leave the car idling while waiting in the school parking lot. REUSE - use something in a new way, or use it again
Reuse your bags
Fix something instead of replacing it
Give unwanted clothes or toys to charity
Use both sides of a piece of paper or use old paper as scrap THE END Any questions Eco Presentation- Grade 4s
By- Thomas, Matthew and Amedeo Facts About Recycling The average person generates over 4 pounds of trash every day and about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year.
In 2009, Americans produced enough trash to circle the Earth 24 times.
Over 75% of waste is recyclable, but we only recycle about 30% of it.
Americans throw away 25,000,000 plastic bottles every hour.
In 2010, paper recycling had increased over 89% since 1990.
If every American recycled just one-tenth of their newspapers, we could save about 25 million trees each year.