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james devereaux                      Comm 1020                                  Prof. Rampton             Recycle         ...
re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl]to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as              to make suitable for reuse
Most Common Recycled Materials•   Aluminum Cans•   Batteries•   Cardboard•   Electronics•   Glass•   Motor Oil•   Paper•  ...
Aluminum Recycling•   An aluminum soda drink can be recycled in    as little as 60 days•   Aluminum can be recycled infinit...
Battery Recycling•   99,000,000 car batteries are made each year•   60-80% of all batteries are recyclable•   If disposed ...
Recycling ElectronicsApples Recycling Programhttp://www.apple.com/recycling/                                              ...
Glass Recycling•   Comes in four colors: Clear, Blue, Brown, &    Green•   Can be recycled an infinite number of    times• ...
Motor Oil      2 Gallons of produces enough energy to...    Power the average home for one day•   Cook 48 meals in a micro...
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  • We have all heard the term Recycle, but what does that mean? \n
  • Well dictionary.com defines Recycle as “to process used or waste materials so as to make suitable for reuse”. So basically what that is saying is with certain materials and supplies once we have used them we go through the process of “Recycling” to be able to use that product again. Recycling helps us preserve our resources so they will last us a long time. \n
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    1. 1. james devereaux Comm 1020 Prof. Rampton Recycle re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl]to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    2. 2. re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl]to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    3. 3. Most Common Recycled Materials• Aluminum Cans• Batteries• Cardboard• Electronics• Glass• Motor Oil• Paper• Plastic re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    4. 4. Aluminum Recycling• An aluminum soda drink can be recycled in as little as 60 days• Aluminum can be recycled infinite number of times• As Americans, we use more than 80,000,000,000 soda cans every year• An estimated 75,000,000 Hershey’s Kisses are wrapped each day in aluminum foil (all of which is recyclable) re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    5. 5. Battery Recycling• 99,000,000 car batteries are made each year• 60-80% of all batteries are recyclable• If disposed of improperly batteries can: pollute lakes and streams expose the water to lead and acid cause burns or danger to eyes and skin• To find a battery recycle center call: 1.800.8Battery (1.800.822.88379) re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    6. 6. Recycling ElectronicsApples Recycling Programhttp://www.apple.com/recycling/ At&t’s Reuse & Recycle Program http://www.wireless.att.com/learn/articles-resources/community-support/recycling.jsp re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    7. 7. Glass Recycling• Comes in four colors: Clear, Blue, Brown, & Green• Can be recycled an infinite number of times• A typical recycling center can handle 20 tons per hour. re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
    8. 8. Motor Oil 2 Gallons of produces enough energy to... Power the average home for one day• Cook 48 meals in a microwave oven• Blow dry a person’s hair at least 216 times• Vacuum a house for 15 months• Watch television for 7.5 days straight re·cy·cle [ree-sahy-kuhl] to treat or process (used or waste materials) so as to make suitable for reuse
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