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  1. 1. Recycling
  2. 2. Cool Things About Recycling! Recycling one aluminum can saves enoughenergy to run a TV for three hours! 350,000aluminum cans are produced every minute!More aluminum goes into beverage cans thanany other product. Once an aluminum can isrecycled, it can be part of a new can within sixweeks. During the time it takes you to readthis sentence, 50,000 12-ounce aluminumcans are made. We use over 80,000,000,000aluminum pop cans every year.
  3. 3. Re Th cy e Pr clin oc g esthis video will show you how the recycling scenter works. Go to “youtube” and type in therecycling process.
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  5. 5. A st Re pl an at cy to t tre 20 ta ist cli m e, ye kes p on inu bu ars a ap ic ng m an tes t ta to in m e so gr ake av to ke gr im r n co oce ab er be s le ow umho nsu ry ou age cu ss in o ur m ba t 7 o t d th to f 1 by ed gs, 00 ne ow an a 5 a s in wh pa tre n, ten up les ic pe e c an er s t h w r an d m ha il ar n l b ke an e t!
  6. 6. Recycling Statistics on glass Glass is one of the very few products that canbe completely recycled again and again. Butmost often times, it ends up in landfills and neverdecompose. There is an increased demand forrecycled glass referred to as “cullet” in the glassindustry. Glass and plastic take the longest todecompose but are completely recyclable,therefore, it is important to purchase, recycle,and reuse both glass and plastic products.
  7. 7. CompostComposting is the world’s oldest form of recycling – humans by literally millions of years. A common example is a deciduous tree, which litters the forest floor with hundreds of discarded leaves every fall. And yet these leaves do not build up year after year, they do not release toxins into the surrounding environment, and they do not diminish the productivity of the soil (like much of the trash we produce). Rather, the leaves become food for a different set of organisms, which compost it and return the nutrients to the soil.