6th EU-Passport

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6th EU-Passport

  1. 1. TH6 EU-PASSPORTENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS IN MY COUNTRYAND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS RECYCLING
  2. 2. RECYCLING It is the term generally used to describe the re- utilization of processed materials as a raw material for a new product.
  3. 3. RECYCLING IN PORTUGAL There are recycling containers and a set of differentcolloured containers, for separately receiving a variety ofmaterials such as paper, glass and packaging. Green Bank- Bottles and glass containers; Blue Bank- Cardboard boxes, paper, packaging paper and cardboard, newspapers, magazines, between others.
  4. 4. RECYCLING IN PORTUGAL Yellow Bank- plastic packaging and metal; Batteries Bank - Batteries
  5. 5. RECYCLING IN POLAND Glass: -glass bottles; -jars; -glass containers in cosmetics.You can not throw: -flat glass (window panes and car, reinforced glass, mirrors - they have a different melting temperature of the glass container and do not melt together with bottles and jars); -cups, glasses, crystal glass, heat-resistant vessel; -pottery (earthenware, porcelain, dishes, pots, bowls, plates); -focuser glass; -light bulbs, fluorescent lamps, cathode ray tubes; -glass pharmaceutical packaging and chemical content of any remnant..
  6. 6. RECYCLING POLANDPaper: newspapers, books in soft cover or after the removal of hard catalogs, brochures,card board paper bags, wrapping paper, and printing cuttings.You can not throw: Packaging of any content, painted or foiled paper advertising brochures, wallpaper ribbon thermal paper, greasy and dirty paper (if its just part of it off), multimaterial packaging (eg. cardboard, packaging) hygiene tissues.
  7. 7. RECYCLING POLAND Batteries - An important problem to solve, in waste management is the prevention and disposal of hazardous waste popularly called. The degree of harmfulness of the waste is very diverse. It depends on their chemical composition, the type and amount of emissions, physical characteristics and other properties. The largest mass of hazardous waste produced by industrial activity. As a result of research conducted in many regions of the country, it was found that hazardous wastes are also found in a stream of mixed municipal waste, which constitute about 2%. It was in this fraction of municipal waste are discarded and outdated batteries and batteries that were not previously collected separately.
  8. 8. THE ENDMade by: Andreia Correia Anna Kuzemczak Inês Gomes Aleksandra Baran Eduarda Neves Ewelina Maćków
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