Recycling and it’s importance
to the community
By: Rayanne Jaber
In this slide show I will be telling you all the
information that you need to know about how
much recycling really is important.
How can we effect the
community if we don’t recycle?
In some communities lots of people
enjoy watching the beautiful fauna and
flora and feeling the breeze through
their hair. They all have a huge heart
for nature. If that was taken away from
them because people didn’t recycle
they would be heartbroken.
If we all recycled then children can
play outside without hurting
themselves and stay healthy, pets can
have a safe walk in the park, we can
all have lovely picnics with our family
and most of all it brings back
together the community.
"Reduce, Reuse, Recycle"
Recycling is a process to change waste
into new products to prevent waste of
potentially useful materials, it;
• reduces the consumption of fresh raw
• reduces pollution.
• reduces energy usage
• reduces lower greenhouse gas
What can be recycled?
Things that can be recycled
include many kinds of
glass, paper, metal, plastic, textile
s, and electronics.
Impact on environment
Trees are cut down to make paper.
Eventually, one day there will be no more
trees left if we continue to cut down all of the
trees, this is called deforestation.
Recycling paper is beneficial to the
environment as it allows us to recycle the used
paper and create new paper without having to
cut down more trees.
But what do trees have to do
with the community?
Trees are important to the community as
humans need oxygen to breathe. In trees, they
have undergo photosynthesis, that converts
carbon dioxide (the stuff we breathe out) into
oxygen (what we breathe in). If we continue
to chop down trees, then there will be no trees
and no people as the environment will have
no oxygen left. Thus recycling paper is
important to the community.