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  • 1. CCO:Theme: The Use of Polysterin Boxes
    Group Member:
    Darren Jason (Leader)
    Shane Addyson
    Charles Chai Zhen Lin
  • 2. Analysis: The use of polysterin boxes at school .
    Total of forms: 134
    Total of pupils use polysterin boxes:
    86 of 134
    Total of pupils didn’t use polysterin boxes:
    48 of 134
  • 3. Percentage:
  • 4. The use of eco friendly bag:
    Total of pupils using eco-friendly bag at school
    : 77 of 134
    Total of pupils didn’t use eco-friendly boxes at school
    : 57 of 134
  • 5. Percentage:
  • 6. How to “Reduce” the use of polysterin boxes?
    First, bring your own food container from home.
    Second, if the polysterin boxes you use does not crushed, reuse it
    Third, use polysterin boxes about one time a week.
  • 7. Why the use of “Eco-Friendly Bag” is good for the environment?
    Eco-friendly bag is good for the environment cause it does not pollute the environment. It also help to reduce the use of plastic bag that can pollute the environment. Other than that, the eco-friendly bag can be used for a long period. It is also valuable and cheaper.
  • 8. 3R
    We’ve all heard this catchy phrase. The last R, recycling, tends to get all the credit. Reducing and Reusing, however, are even more important. If you can reduce the materials you consume you will not only create less waste, you also won’t need to worry about what to do with all the things that you buy when you are done with them. Reuse is a great way to make the most of the things that you do buy. Once you no longer need or want something, pass it on! One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. Buying or trading vintage, refurbished and used items is a fun way to get cool stuff while preventing pollution and saving the earth’s precious resources.You can recycle up to 84% of your trash simply by taking it out of the garbage can and putting it in the recycling bin. Items made from recycled materials take far less energy and create only a fraction of the pollution to produce than items made from brand new materials. And of course, imagine the natural resources that are saved!
  • 9. Help to save the environment with 3R
  • Here are some great ways to reduce, reuse, recycle
    – Buy only what you need and use all of what you buy.– Avoid buying things that use excessive packaging and buy in bulk.– Buy durable things that will last a long time– When things break, see if they can be fixed before throwing them away.– Wash and reuse plastic cups, utensils and bags.– Precycle by buying products whose packaging can be recycled– And always bring your own bag! If you are just buying a few things just carry them in your hands.– Complete the cycle and buy products made from recycled materials. When you buy products made from post-consumer recycled materials you are helping to reduce carbon emissions and saving resources.
  • 12. Conclusion:
    As what we know, the use of polysterin boxes is not good for the environment. Same with the plastic bag,it will pollute the environment.
    Many things that the residences do to reduce the use of polysterin boxes. Till now many people still use polysterin boxes.
    So let us keep supporting the community and help the world to be GREEN.
  • 13. Go to this link to find out more about Reuse, Reduce, Recycke
    http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/recycle.htm
    http://green.adlerplanetarium.org/wiki/index.php/Reduce%2C_Reuse%2C_Recycle
  • 14. Thank you
    Gracias
    TerimaKasih

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