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  2. 2.   Contenedor verde Green bin rubbish   Vidrio Glass Botellas de vidrio de cualquier color Glass bottles of different colours Tarros de vidrio Glass jars Frascos de conservas Cans Tarros de cosmética y perfumería Perfum & cosmetic products   NO se pueden echar en el contenedor verde You cannot throw to the green bin rubbish Cristal Glass Lunas de automóviles Windshields Bombillas Light bulbs Espejos Mirrors Cristales de ventana Window glass Tubos fluorescentes Fluorescents tubes  
  3. 3. SÍ se pueden echar en el contenedor azul Blue bin rubbish Periódicos y revistas Newspapers & magazines Propaganda Leafleats Cajas pequeñas de cartón (galletas, detergente) Small boxes Envases de cartón para huevos Egg boxes Bolsas de papel Paper bags   NO se pueden echar en el contenedor azul You cannot throw in to the blue bin rubbish Briks Brik bottles Pañales Nappies Papeles sucios Dirty papers  
  4. 4. SÍ se pueden echar en el contenedor amarillo Yellow bin rubbish Botes de bebidas y latas de conservas Food & softdrink cans Aerosoles Sprays Platos y bandejas de aluminio Dishes & aluminium trays Chapas y latas de metal Sheets & metal tins Briks Brik bottles Botellas Bottles Envases de productos lácteos Plastic containers of dairy products Bandejas y cajas de corcho blanco Trays & boxes of white cork Botes de plástico de productos de aseo y de limpieza Plastic containers of bath products & cleaning products Bolsas de plástico para alimentos Plastic bags for food Bolsas y recipientes de aluminio para alimentos Bags & aluminium containers for food Envoltorios de plástico de productos de charcutería Plastic wrapping for food Papel transparente o de aluminio Transparent or aluminium paper El plástico y el aluminio de los envases Plastic & aluminium containers   NO se pueden echar en el contenedor amarillo You cannot throw into the yellow bin   Materia orgánica Organic matter Envases de vidrio Glass containers Papel y cartón Paper & cardboard Juguetes Toys Electrodomésticos Electrical appliances Biberones Baby bottles Guantes de goma Rubber gloves Utensilios de cocina Kitchen utensils Cajas de fruta Fruit boxes Cubos de plástico Pastic boxes Pilas Batteries
  5. 5. What is recycling? Recycling is a process to obtain new raw materials from waste or used as objects.
  6. 6. What about the rubbish we throw away?   The rubbish we throw away follows a process from the container to be recycled. Source: either domestic or industrial. Recovery: it is the collection and transportation of waste to the transfer plants. Transfer plants: mixed waste for transport over a lower cost. Separation plant: it is the place where waste is sorted & separated. Recycler final where the waste is recycled, stored in landfills or used for energy production.
  7. 7. To separate the rubbish, we use these containers: Yellow container: cans. Blue container: papers and cardboards. Green container: glasses. Brown container: organics (deposited objects can not be deposited in the other containers).
  8. 8. The 3 "R" Reduce: reducing the production of items. Reuse: re-using a product to give a second life.   Recycle: collect the waste to transform into other objects and reuse.
  9. 9. What are the advantages of recycling? Recycling has three main advantages: -Reduce the volume of waste & pollution that causes waste. -Preserving natural resources ( if you recycle materials, they will be reused & you won't consume a lot of natural resources) because the recycled material is reused. -Reduce the cost of production of new goods.  
  10. 10. FIN HECHO POR: Almudena Echegoyán Delgado.