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Recycling is the process of converting waste materials into new materials and objects powerpoint presentations on recycling and ppt on recycling of waste materials
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Published Date:09-03-2017
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RECYCLING110 Years of Recycling 110 years after the first recycling plant was established, the US has one of the highest recycling rates in the world, today.WASTEOutcomes… • Unhealthy environment • Diseases • Death of domestic and stray animals • Effect of chemicals and other fertilizersThe solution is the 3R’s… • Reduce • Reuse • RecycleReduce means… • Decreasing unnecessary and wasteful purchases • Decreasing the volume of waste • Decreasing pollutantsREDUCE You can reduce the amount of waste you create by choosing what rubbish you throw away Reuse means… • Taking care of our stuff • Repurposing • Donating • UpcyclingREUSE Reuse means just what it sounds like: using something again rather than throwing it out. That usually means finding a new use, such as making a tin into a multi- purpose container.Reuse disposables like plastic cups, plates, utensils and plastic food storage bags, etc. Take along lunchbox or tiffin when buying takeaways Repair rather than replace Use canvas or cloth bags when shopping Reuse plastic bags Buy washable cotton diapers Reuse old envelope Use both sides of paper Use refillable pens instead of disposable Use rechargeable batteries and refillable print cartridge Used egg carton to plant seedlingsRecycling is a process… RECYCLING MEANS TO USE MATERIALS AGAIN TO MAKE SOMETHING NEW • Collection and Segregation • Processing and Remanufacturing • Purchase and UseRECYCLE Find ways of recycling different materials Buy products that can be recycled Buy products that have been made from recycled material Avoiding buying hazardous material Recycle binsProcesses Of RecyclingCollection The first step required for recycling is collecting recyclable materials from communities. Families who recycle items such as paper, bottle, cans, place the items in recycling collection bins. These bins usually have the recycling symbol on them.Processing The second step involves processing the recyclable materials into groups, cleaning them and getting them ready to be sold to manufacturers who will turn the materials into new products.Manufacturing Manufacturing is the third step in the recycling process. Many items you may see every day are made from recycled materials. Newspapers, paper towels, office paper, plastic bottles and aluminium cans are not only made of recycled materials, but they can also be recycled again.Purchasing The last step, but certainly not the least, involves the purchasing of recycled products. When consumers purchase products that have been made with post consumer material the recycling process has been completed and can then be repeated. If you have the choice to purchase a product made from recycled materials, instead of one that was not, what do you think you should do? It takes education and awareness to remember to recycle and purchase recycled products.Examples of reuse and recycle materialPaper WastePlastic Waste