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The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
The world of the recycling
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  • 1. THE WORLD OF RECYCLING Rita María Marín Naranjo December 2010
  • 2.
    • The recycling is a physicochemical or mechanical process
    • that consists of submitting a matter or a product already used to a cycle of total or partial treatment
  • 3.
    • After the treatment obtain
    • a raw material or
    • a new product
  • 4. The law of the 3R (To reduce, To recycle and To re-use)
    • Proposed that popularized the environmental organization Greenpeace:
    • the reduction
    • the reutilization
    • and the recycling
    • of the products that we consume
  • 5.
    • TO REDUCE
    • the production of objects capable of turning into residues
  • 6.
    • TO RE-USE
    • actions that allow to return to use a product to give him the second life, with the same use or different other one
  • 7.
    • TO RECYCLE
    • the set of operations of withdrawal and waste treatment that they allow reintroduce in a life cycle
  • 8. The recycling has three ecological principal consequences
    • Reduction of the volume of residues, and therefore of the pollution that they would cause ( some matters are late tens of years and enclosedly centuries in degenerating )
  • 9. The recycling has three ecological principal consequences:
    • Preservation of the natural resources , since the recycled matter re-is in use
    The recycling has three ecological principal consequences
  • 10. The recycling has three ecological principal consequences:
    • Reduction of costs associated with the production of new goods ,
    • since often the employment of recycled material brings a minor cost that the virgin material
    The recycling has three ecological principal consequences
  • 11. Separate the residues
    • 1. Organic Matter (remains)
    • 2. CARTON and PAPER (news paper, notebooks, books) ( BLUE )
    • 3. GLASS ( GREEN )
    • 4. METALS (tin-plate, aluminium) and PLASTIC (polyethylene, PVC) ( YELLOW )
  • 12. What type of garbage does recycle?
    • Everything what can be used to do new products
  • 13.  
  • 14. To recycle is translated in:
    • Saving of energy
    • Saving of drinkable water
    • Saving raw material
    • Minor effect the ecosystems and his natural resources
    • Saving of time, money and effort
  • 15. THANKS

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