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  • Recycle

    1. 1. The Facts!
    2. 2. 75%
    3. 3. 55 billion aluminum cans!
    4. 4. 1%
    5. 5. The Amount of Wood and paper wethrow out a year is enough to heat 50,000,000 homes for 20 years
    6. 6. U.S. Americans throwaway 25,000,000 plastic beverage bottles everyhour We Recycle less 1% of plastic products
    7. 7. What can you do?
    8. 8. YS OT U RA SR ET L F RECYCLING
    9. 9. Put The Word Out And Try ToConvince Your Family And Friends To Start Recycling!
    10. 10. What are some ways to Recycle?
    11. 11. Re-fill themwith Water and use as Water Bottles Plastic Bottles! Take or have picked up from the nearest Recycling company
    12. 12. You can even build a house!
    13. 13. Keep them instorage to useas lunch bags, or trash bags Plastic Bags Take them to a store that has a bin for plastic bags
    14. 14. You can make a Bag!
    15. 15. Keep so you can use them to sendpackages in the future Cardboard Things you don’t need to use can be put in storage in cardboard boxes
    16. 16. What Will Be the effect if everyone starts to recycle?
    17. 17. Each ton (2000 pounds) ofrecycled paper can save: 3.5 cubic yards of landfill 17 thirty foot (pulp) trees 7,000 gallons of water 380 gallons of oil 4100 kWh of energy
    18. 18. conclusion 1. 75% of our waist is recyclable 2. only about 1% of is is actually recycled3. There are many different ways to recycle things
    19. 19. Sourceshttp://www.greenwaste.com/recycling-stats http://www.environment-green.com/More_Recycling_Facts_and_Statistics.html http://compfight.com/

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