REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE.

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  • Great to see people understand the need to recycle we are a terrible throw away society just look at Tesco they throw over £30,000 worth of food past their sell by dates every month it's time we got a grip on this
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REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE.

  1. 1. Reduce Reuse Recycle By: MARTINA, ALBA . G , ALBA. F , JULIEN, JUDIT , PAULA. E
  2. 2. Reduce Reduce is to use less energy or not to waste it.
  3. 3. Save How WATER -Put filled-in bottles inside the toilet flush -Put a big bin in the garden to collect rain water, and use it for watering. ELECTRICITY -Use low consume bulbs -Switch off the lights when you aren’t at home -Fill completly your washing up OIL - We can come to our high shcool walking , by bike or by public transport. ALUMINIUM , PLASTIC AND PAPER Don’t warp your snacks in aluminium paper, use a cloth or a tupper. -Don’t buy food in plastic wrapping -Use clothes bags to go shopping .
  4. 4. Reuse • Reuse is to use the goods or products again. • HOW? • By refilling plastics bottles that can be washed, and can be used as plant pots • By reusing tetra bricks packaging, or recovery of paper or plastic plates to make different furniture. • By creating with those plastic wastes rubber landfill, roads, and overall construction supplies. • By reusing your furniture, toys , etc., and giving them a second new life.
  5. 5. Recycle • Recycling is a job that involves separating waste in is proper bin. So, a product already used (rubbish), after following a precise recycling process, of total or partial treatment, we finally obtain raw materials or a new product. • We can make recycling boxes in our class. • Use the old clothes to create new cleaning stuff, such as: - mops, j-cloth (cleaning cloth), - oil to make soap, - clothes to make bags to go shopping, • Bottles to make wind mills, scarecrows. • Milk briks to make purses, pots, etc.

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