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    Reduce, reuse, recycle and respect Reduce, reuse, recycle and respect Presentation Transcript

    • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Respect
    • Reduce
      • To reduce the size, number, or use of something is very important.
      • Each person in the US produces four pounds of trash per day.
      • When we reduce, we use less of something.
    • Recycle
      • Landfills are full of items that could be recycled.
      • Recycling puts objects through a process that allows them to be used again.
    • Reuse
      • To reuse means to put into action or service again.
      • Instead of throwing some trash away, people can find new ways to reuse it.
      • Many items are reusable.
    • Respect
      • Respect means to treat with consideration.
      • We can respect the Earth by using less gasoline, water, and electricity.
    • Ways to Reduce
      • Use the front and back of your paper.
      • Share paper with a friend.
      • Use antibacterial gel instead of water and paper towels.
    • Things We Can Recycle
      • Aluminum cans
      • Paper
      • Tin
      • Glass
      • Plastic
    • Ways to Reuse
      • Use a clean pizza box as an easel.
      • Make bird feeders out of milk jugs.
      • Compost your lawn clippings and vegetable peels.
      • Pass on clothes you outgrow to siblings and friends.
    • Ways to Respect
      • Use less gasoline by carpooling, walking, or using public transportation.
      • Use less water by turning it off when brushing your teeth.
      • Use less electricity by turning off lights when you leave a room.