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  • 1. UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA AGRARIA ANTONIO NARRO DEPARTAMENTO DE CIENCIAS SOCIOECONOMICAS DIVISION DE ECONOMIA BY: Amado Montaño GutiérrezPAPER PRESENTED AS REQUIRED FOR THE EVALUATION OF THE THIRD PART OF THE SUBJECT OF ENGLISH V PROJECT NAME: ECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT FOR NEWSPAPER RECYCLING IN UAAAN TEACHER: M.C. ADRIANA PATRICIA LUCIA DORANTES Buenavista Saltillo, Coahuila, 18 November 2010
  • 2. INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION The trees, vegetable fiber alive:The paper is composed of fibers, ie, organic matter, or what is, elements that are or have been alive. For this reason we must learn to appreciate the important role as an exponent and result of a manufacturing process that has resulted in the death of a living being: THE TREE. Just as confused with welfare money, the way we think, that by moving money drove possibilities need to be aware that the use of paper, take advantage of the wealth of the planet live, and if not careful, we risk to lose it. The impact it will have on the future exploitation of timber resources may notsuffer the next generations. It is therefore an important and difficult task before us: to be aware that the abundance of today may be limited tomorrow.
  • 3. OBJETIVESECOLOGICAL AND ECONOMIC IMPACT FOR NEWSPAPER RECYCLING IN UAAAN GENERAL OBJECTIVE:The reuse of newspaper in economic activity and therefore basketries economic income producing SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:Students aware of the role they play in their environment and their responsibility towards their conservation and improvement. Implement strategies for improvement and exploitation of the environment in which we develop. Build ownership for the public good.
  • 4. MATERIALS (RESOURCES)PHYSICAL: Newspapers, glue, paint, scissors,brush, trimmingsHUMAN: Teachers, students, community memberswith interest in environmental issues, treasurer,green brigade, social service students, interns.INSTITUTIONAL: UAAAN
  • 5. Situations are observed:The indifference of the student community to addresssocial and environmental problems.The lack of sense of belonging to the heritage of thecollege.Ignorance of environmental issues as: Inappropriate exploitation of trees for paper derived fromthis.Pollution and waste paper.
  • 6. -Reuse the most part of the paper.- Store all waste paper is generated and contact withorganizations or people who recycle.- We should encourage products which do not requiresophisticated presentation especially as telephonedirectories, brochures, newspapers, napkins,handkerchiefs, etc., Are prepared on recycled paper.- It is necessary to strictly enforce laws that punish thearsonists and land speculators and timber from fire..
  • 7. METHODS 1. Rolls of newsprint. 2. Glue to stick or some kind of adhesive. 3. Painted. The first step for our beautiful basket is to make many rolls of paper. For this we take a sheet of paper and proceed to roll it.
  • 8.  We can use the glue in the middle of the process, let dry and keep rolling, in this way will be tighter. The technique is to twist it to gain in strength. We will make many rolls of paper as we want to take up the basket or bin.  Once dry facts and proceed to braid each other. That way when we get to the end of the queue will close pasting. The craft is easier than it looks, but to clarify I have collected some pictures of Tarina. holaTo cross 4 sticks, just asyou see in the image.
  • 9. To bend a stick like leave in the picture, beginning with the one of but below.To go inserting the stick that we When you this finishing to putbend one if and one not, among another stick inside the tip of thethe other sticks. stick that you this knitting, assuring with a drop of paste.
  • 10.  The base can make it round or square, this will depend on your taste and needs we have.
  • 11. Then, with patience, the braid and let it dry As it can be noticed in theTo bend up the 7 remaining sticks image, it will be inserted amongof the base. the bars of the base (that are 7 and to the odd being, it goes to give structure to the basket).
  • 12. To bend the surplus toward inside. If theylike they make an it roasts with a braid ofthree sticks or a cover with the sameprocedure that the base.
  • 13. POSSIBLE RESULTS AND PROJECTIONS FOR ONE TON (1000 KILOS) OF RECYCLED PAPER WOULD AVOID THE FELLING OF 13 TREES AND IN THE PROCESS, SPENT ONLY 2,000 LITERS OF WATER AND CONSUME 2,500 KW TO PRODUCE ONE TON OF PAPER FIRST USED: WOOD .................................. 2,400 KILOS ... WATER ..................................... 200,000 LITERS POWER ... ................................... 7,600 KW
  • 14. CHRISTMAS TREEMATERIALS: 4 ounces of clay 1 long and thick needle Polisher Diamond transparent 2 pieces of 6 x6 inches of carton Newspapers Scissors Adhesive Pistol of silicon 2 small stars. Small pipe of plastic.We take the clay and shape her of the form of a small “pancito “and we put there the needle of horizontal form and then we remove the needle of there. We put the clay in the oven to 275 º in approximately 15 minutes and taken it already baked we return to placing the needle. In the base of the clay .Later we apply tail vinílica and it raises the diamond on the clay and then to arm the tree it is that we must take both pieces of carton and to puncture them in the needle and them as base of the tree.
  • 15. PROCEDURE:We take the newspapers and cut 50 pieces of each one of the following sizes:6 x6 inches5 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches5 x 5 inches4 ½ x 4 1/2 inches4 x 4 inches3 ½ x 3 1/2 inches3 x 3 inches2 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches2 x 2 inches1 1/2 x 1/2 inchesWe continue cutting 25 pieces of 1 inch of newsprint and later we begin to spend the pieces of newspapersfor the needle in the order in which it this written before and when we put all the pieces spend spillabove adhesive spray and immediately we throw diamond and leave it to dry in 10 minutes. To finish we take the pistol of silicone and adhere the stars of paper to the top of the tree.
  • 16. CHRISTMAS TREE •-And paper is inserted -The base decorated to your taste - The tree is ready
  • 17. CHRISTMAS SPHERESMATERIALS: Periodic paper Glue. Red thread Gluediamond Christmas adornments Painting
  • 18. PROCEDURE:You wrinkle the paper in order that it is the center of the sphere, then is covering cap for cap, these will be put adhesive, up to obtaining the wished size, in the last cap an edge is left up there we put a section of the thread and paste him with silicon to prevent it from falling. We paint the sphere of the wished color, stop to dry and decorate after embellish with diamond and with the Christmas Flowers. Is painted Is decorated, left to dry and readyIs formed a square andis filled with newspaper
  • 19. CONCLUTIONSIt is essential to be realistic, not an easy task, given thepeculiar human condition, to understand the arguments indefense of the environment, without causing an allegedassault on the comfort and welfare. Nor is it sufficientpersonnel and move them briefly move the head just in frontof the TV. When we understand that a waste of paper is tomanufacture paper and other trash that is not what we throwaway but entire forests, we will understand the ecologicalsignificance of consumption.
  • 20. BIOBLIGRAPHYBernache , G., & Rathje, W., L. 1991. Los demonios del consumo.Basura en la Contaminación. México: Centro de Eco desarrollo.Bernache, G., Encinas, L., & Garibaldi, L., C. 1995. Una comparación dedosMedidas de conductas de rehúse y reciclado: El mismo informe & laCultura material. El periódico de Sistemas Medioambientales, 23, 313-327.