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Araseli Barron

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Transcript of Recycling

The Ablitiy to Reuse Material
Recycling By: Luis Castellanos, Chris Rios, Briza Gonzalez, Araseli Barron, and Emily Long
Period 2

The Ablitiy to Reuse Material
Coverting waste into mathane gas
Recyle to make new things
Benefits of recycling should cost less
Reused wastewater is highly treated
Three feet of newspaper's saves trees
Recycling is better for us
Water stations have eliminated 60,00 bottles

Less Pollution

Less Pollution
Better environment
Less pollution could help nature.
Less pollution
streets and waterways are piled with garbage
people rely on generators but create smoke
using waste reduces carbon dioxide 17%
recycling saves up money
74% of recycling will make 1.5mm jobs
Reusing material to make new things
Recycling is important for the community.
better for nature.
we should care for the enviroment.
It is important for the nature
Carbon dioxede is reducing use of materials
Cutting back garbage trucks save money
Americans waste 2.5 million bottles a hour

We wont have a hole in the ozone layer
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recycling to live better
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