Lessons for Recycling

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  • Recycling - … like America Recycles Day on November 15th. Other jobs in the recycling field include: • • • • I. Recycling Truck Driver Planning Recycling Routes Organizing the Recycling Facility Designing new uses for recycled materials Conclusion Next … four steps of recycling: 1. 2. 3. 4. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, and Buy Recycled! Page 7 of 24 IDEM Lesson Plan: Recycling Taking it …
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  • Trash Bashing - Recycling - … household furnishings 3. Recycling - The third step is equally important: recycling and buying recycled products. Recovery of materials for recycling grew at a slow … of landfills, cost to use water and electricity in recycling), availability of recycling opportunities, and health issues. The solution will likely require … amount of trash we generate for landfills by reusing, recycling, and buying recycled products and products without excessive packaging.) - Think about the …
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  • Matter and Materials - … video or read the book: What is recycling? Why do we recycle? How did the characters recycle? After the video or book, discuss … care of God's earth - Recycle! Pick up that trash - Recycle! My Wish for God's Earth - Recycle! Brainstorm activities the characters could … glass recyclables. Things My Family Recycles Metal Paper / Cardboard Glass 1. My family recycles ____. 2. My family action plan to improve our recycling
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  • Reuse, Reduce Waste, Recycle - … reused or recycled by people. Animals reuse and recycle natural litter. Both individuals and communities can recycle. Plastic bags can be recycled to form … reused or recycled by people. Animals reuse and recycle natural litter. Both individuals and communities can recycle. Plastic bags can be recycled to form … reused or recycled by people. Animals reuse and recycle natural litter. Both individuals and communities can recycle. Plastic bags can be recycled to form …
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  • Recycling! - … be recycled in your community's recycling program and purchase products that can be recycled. 3. ?Recyclable? and ?recycled-content? mean the same thing. ?Recyclable? means that the material has the potential to be recycled, but is only recycled … from recycled products or it could have been labeled a recycled product. In general, recycled content products were made from recycled goods while recyclable items …
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  • Garbage 2: Recycling - … learn about how recycling generally works, what kinds of products can be recycled, and what other valuable products recyclable materials can be turned … into soil fertilizer for gardens and house plants. Recyclable items go to recycling centers and other facilities where they are specially treated … class. Also emphasize that not everything that can be recycled has a recycling symbol, such as paper, food garbage, yard waste, and …
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  • A Review of Lessons and Options - Solid Waste Management - … of tons of waste they discard. • Recyclables Market—Recycling can be profitable! Communities that collect recyclable items can sell those items to manufacturers … ? 3. If Trash Town started a recycling program and recycled 30 4. If Trash Town recycled 30 percent of its garbage per year … estimating volunteers, bags/containers, and volumes of trash and recyclables. 3. If recyclables can be returned for deposits in your area, use …
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  • Waste Not, Want Not - … recycle by visiting the Recycling Roundup game.The students will continue their quest to find ways to recycle by visiting the Recycling Roundup game.Recycling … knowledge about recycling. The students will the recycling website to get clear and concise knowledge about recycling. The students will the recycling website to get clear and concise knowledge about recycling.recycling
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  • It All Adds Up - … the statistics you have found about recycling. 3. Evaluate your school's recycling program and the recycling habits of the people within your … of the many things into which you have been recycled. -Visit a recycling or sanitation plant. Write a literary journalism piece describing … 's: reduce, reuse, and recycle. Internet Consumer Recycling Guide (http://www.obviously.com/recycle/) aims to help make recycling so easy and automatic that …
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  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - … on the board for discussion: "Which of these items is recyclable, non-recyclable, reusable or reducible? Why? What alternative might be suggested … to help guide investigations: -National Recycling Coalition (http://www.nrc-recycle.org/) -Environmental Protection Agency's Recycling (http://www.epa.gov/msw/reduce … the school's recycling habits? RECYCLING TECHNOLOGIES -What are some high- and low-tech methods for recycling waste? -How do recycling methods differ for …
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