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  • 1. Gimnazjum nr 4 im. Józefa Pukowca Gliwice, Poland 2010 GO TO MENU
  • 2. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 11.QUESTIONNARIE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER
  • 3.  
  • 4. In our country, we collect and recycle batteries (white), glass (black), plastic (red), paper (blue) and cans (yellow). We also recycle used equipment and home appliances in special sections.
  • 5. In our school we collect batteries, paper and cans. We don’t collect plastic bottles or glass.
  • 6. Battery recycling aims to reduce the number of batteries being disposed as municipal solid waste. People are concerned about contamination, particularly of soil contamination and water pollution, by the addition of heavy metals and other toxic chemicals from batteries. Most types of batteries can be recycled. However, some batteries are recycled more readily than others, such as lead - acid automotive batteries (nearly 90% are recycled) and button cells (because of the value and toxicity of their chemicals).Other types, such as alkaline and rechargeable, can also be recycled.
  • 7. Types of batteries
    • Lead-acid batteries
    • These batteries include but are not limited to: Car Batteries, Golf Cart Batteries, UPS Batteries, Industrial Fork-Lift Batteries, Motorcycle Batteries, and Commercial Batteries. These can be regular lead acid, sealed lead acid, Gel Type, or absorbent glass mat (AGM) batteries.These are recycled by pounding them, neutralizing the acid, and separating the polymers from the lead. The recovered materials are used in a variety of applications, including new batteries.
    • Silver Oxide Batteries
    • Used most frequently in watches, toys and some medical devices silver oxide batteries can become highly hazardous at the end of their useful life. After a period of use of approximately five years the batteries may begin to leak their contents which contains mercury, posing a serious health risk. The mercury will begin to corrode the inner shell of the battery. In most jurisdictions there exists legislation to regulate the appropriate handling and disposal of silver oxide batteries in order to minimize the risk to public health and the environment are recycled by shredding them and recovering the mercury.
  • 8. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 9.  
  • 10. Simple way to glass recycling
    •   You mustn’t throw away here:
    • -         mirrors
    • -         window glass
    • -         filament lamps
    • -         fluorescent lamps
    • -         porcelain
    •   You should throw away here:
    • -         glass bottles
    • -         jars
    • -         cosmetic glass packing
    Glass is very easy for recycling if it’s sorted. It should be sorted on: colo u r glass (green containers) and white glass (white containers). On the tip, the glass is sorted again. Next steps are crushing and cleaning of f labels. Than it’s melted in 1500 centigrade. From this is created new glassware.
  • 11. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 12.  
  • 13.
    • Used tires are a type of waste, which most burdens natural environment.
    • They do not decompose, and because their storage requires large expanse on specially prefabricated area. In turn for fragmentation of the tires must disburse weighty amount of energy.
  • 14.
    • Material recycling aims to salvage material used to produce rubber. This process consists of two phazes – fragmentation and heat treatment. However, in result, sulfur isn’t removed out of rubber. Therefore obtained material is only of limited use. Only by-product tread tires is processed.
  • 15.
    • Salvage energetistic rely on burning whole tires, or after previous cutting. During combustion arise heat, which is use in process tochnological like the burning clinter in cement stoves or to produce steam in heat and power stations.
  • 16. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 17.  
  • 18. Plastic consists of various substances . M ost of them slowly spread and are harmful to people. S hopping bags or bottles of drink are made of plastic. Burning plastic is prohibited bec a use toxic gases are emitted into the atmosphere during combustion. However, they can be processed and reused. A lot of packs are made of plastic Shopping bags pollute our environment
  • 19. We buy plastic bags or bottles. What happens to plastic after inserting into a suitable container ? Throw discarded plastics into suitable containers. They are sent to recycling companies There , they are processed in to such tubes , garbage cans or even fleece jumpers!
  • 20. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 21.  
  • 22. Aluminum alloys are alloys in which aluminum is the predominant metal. Typical alloying elements are copper, zinc, manganese, silicon, and magnesium. There are two principal classifications, namely casting alloys and wrought alloys, both of which are further subdivided into the categories heat-treatable and non-heat-treatable. About 85% of aluminum is used for wrought products, for example rolled plate, foils and extrusions. Cast aluminium alloys yield cost effective products due to the low melting point, although they generally have lower tensile strengths than wrought alloys. The most important cast aluminium alloy system is Al-Si, where the high levels of silicon (4-13%) contribute to give good casting characteristics. Aluminium alloys are widely used in engineering structures and components where light weight or corrosion resistance is required .
  • 23. A ircraft and automobile industry B uilding industry Dish industry Machine industry Ship industry Welding Paints to protection against corrosion Food industry C hemical industry Tin Application
  • 24. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 25.  
  • 26. How to save energy?
    • Before you go to sleep turn off electrical equipment standing stand-by.
    • I f you can do n ’ t fly planes .
    • Buy equipment with energy label A .
    • Use a pressure cooker for cooking vegetables and meat for a long time cooking.
    • Do n’t use a large pot for cooking.
    • Close the refrigerator door as soon as possible.
    • Switch the washing machine only when is full.
  • 27.
    • Dr y laundry on a string.
    • Don’t leave mobile phone chargers, toothbrushes, cameras plugged when they aren’t in us e .
    • Don’t unnecessarily leave lighted lamps in the garden.
    • Wash at 40°C is much more economical than the 60°C or 90°C.
    • Many electronics, computer scanners and printers also consume electricity when they are turned off, effectively to incorporate them into one extension cord with switch and also disable the night.
  • 28. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 29.  
  • 30. Shopping bags
    • Paper bag - the most common paper bag is produced from recycled paper.
    • We use them for shopping. It is environmentally friendly. Recently they have made colourful ones with eco - friendly paint.
  • 31.
    • I have asked fifty people about the environment. This questionnaire aimed to check how much people care about the environment through the implementation of simple daily activities.
    • People asked by me mostly answered ‘sometimes’. A lot of them use paper bags or other special bags when they go shopping. I t is encouraging that people have start ed to care about electricity in houses. It is very inportant because the climate is changing all the time . Still people forget about segregating waste, giving old drugs to pharmacy and collecting waste paper.
    Questionnaire Do you care about the environment?
  • 32. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 33.  
  • 34. Out – of date medicine
    • Medicines are substances that lead human to normal state. The most important in medicines is expiration date. If expiration date in drugs ends they will be very dangerous for body. We shuldn’t throw out drugs to rubbish bin because they can get to surface water and groundwater. Before you buy medicine you should check expiration date.
  • 35. Where do we throw away medicine?
    • Usually out – dated medicines and boxes we throw to rubbish bin. This is a very bad solution. These medicines are dangerous wastes and they are bad for the environment. We should throw tyem into special containers, which are placed in some chemists’. Next they are recovered. Few people know that throwing out – dated medicine is prohibited.
  • 36. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 37.  
  • 38. A major appliance , or domestic appliance , is usually defined as a large machine which accomplishes some routine housekeeping task, which Include purposes such as cooking, food preservation, or cleaning, whether in a household, institutional, commercial or industrial setting.
    • 1. Refrigeration equipment :
      • freezer
      • refrigerator
    • 2. Stoves
      • cooker
      • microwave oven
    • 3. Washing equipment :
      • washing machine
      • clothes dryer
      • drying cabinet
      • dishwasher
    • 4. Miscellaneous :
      • air conditioner
      • water heater
      • trash compactor
  • 39. Worn major appliance as light bulbs, computers, old televisons and radios, nonoperational refridgeratiers are in arrears on our cellars or lofts. What can We do with them? Answer look easy – to turf out them. But in practice this is not so simple. We should give back to due services point. Thats firms hand down theese WEEE  ( W aste of  E lectrical and  E lectronic  E quipment) to recycling process. Next WEEE disassemble for a machine elements and collect.
  • 40. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 41.  
  • 42. PAPER - blue boxes
    • Throw them:
    • newspapers, magazines and catalogs,
    • books and notebooks,
    • office paper
    • paper bags and wrapping paper,
    • c ardboard and cardboard boxes.
    • What to look for:
    • remove staples and other paperless elements
    • remove from the books already hard cover.
    • What should not be disposed:
    • securities greasy and dirty,
    • paper with foil paper (used in fax machines, the receipts)
    • beverage cartons and other food products
    • diapers, sanitary towels and other hygiene articles
    • building materials such as wallpaper, the plaster bags or cement, etc.
  • 43.
    • It is important that the waste is not wet - humidity is an important parameter of its quality - and that
    • together with paper you throw no mechanical impurities (eg metal, glass, textiles, sand), chemical (e . g . adhesives, paints), or microbial (mold and fungi).
    • The paper and its throughput ...
    • In t he twenty-first century, it is difficult to imagine functioning without paper. Average inhabitant of the world annually consumes about 50 kg of paper. Currently, the global annual production reaches 318 million tons. S uch a great number would be difficult to produce using only the raw material (wood).
    • Paper was invent ed by a Chinese , Caj Lun, who produced his first sheet in 105 AD from old fishing nets.
  • 44. 1.BATTERIES 2.GLASS 5.ALUMINIUM ALLOYS 6.SAVING ENERGY 3.TIRES 7.SHOPPING BAGS 4.PLASTIC 8.MEDICINE 9.MAJOR APPLIANCE 10.PAPER 11.QUESTIONNARIE
  • 45.  
  • 46. Questionnaire – question and answer
    • 1. Do you turn off water when you brush your teeth?
    • a) Always - 36 b) sometimes - 9 c) never - 5
    • 2. What do you think consumes less water?
    • a) tub - 16 b ) shower - 34
    • 3.Do you segregate waste?
    • a) Always - 6 b) sometimes - 27 c) never - 17
    • 4.Do you take old drugs to pharmacy
    • a) Yes - 4 b) no - 7 c) once in a time - 39
    • Do you collect waste paper ?
    • a) Yes - 7 b) no - 23 c) once in a time - 20
    • 6. D o you support your electric garbage collection (old TV, computers, m ic e, cables )
    • a )Yes - 36 b) no - 4 c) I don’t know what it is - 10
    • 7.Do you use paper bags or others special bags?
    • a )Yes - 35 b) no - 15 c) I don’t know what they are - 0
  • 47.
    • 8. D o you think that your actions endanger
    • the environment ?
    • a) Yes - 44 b) No - 6
    • 9.Do you collect litter when you go to a picnic?
    • a) Yes - 41 b) No - 0 c) Sometimes - 9
    • 10. What does the word ‘ recycling ’ mean ?
    • (Recycling - involves processing used materials into new products to prevent waste .)
    • A lot of people think recycling is :
    • a) segregating waste – 14
    • b) renewal of the waste – 36
    • 11. What do you do with old batteries?
    • a) bring to school or another place – 28
    • b) throws away - 19
    • c) other methods - 3
    • 12. H ow to save electricity at home ?
    • Thirty-seven people save electricity by: turning the TV off completely, using special bulbs, extinguishing lights.
    • Thirteen people don’t do any thing to save energy which leads to climate change .
  • 48.
    • The project has been prepared by students of
    • Gimnazjum nr 4 im.Józefa Pukowca, Gliwice, Poland:
    • Agata Burzyńska
    • Przemysław Cempiel
    • Maria Dwornik
    • Kamil Jagodziński
    • Jakub Jarosz
    • Łukasz Korsak
    • Dawid Koszowski
    • Kamila Kozioł
    • Klaudia Ławniczak
    • Jacek Madejski
    • Aleksandra Mroczek
    • Adam Szwagrzak
    • Natalia Zając
    October 2009 – February 2010
  • 49. SOMETHING ABOUT US
  • 50.
    • My name is Klaudia . I'm 15. I have no hobby but I like playing volleyball and reading books (especially Twilight saga). I love listening to music and talking to my friends. I would do this all the time. My favourite bands? Green Day and The All American Rejects of course.
    • My name is Maria . I'm 15. I like listening to music and reading books. My favourite kind of music is rock. What don't I like? I don't like my dog, because I love cats. I don't like school or volleyball.
    • I'm Aleksandra , but everybody calls me Ola or Olka. I'm 15. My  hobby is music and dancing. I like swimming and playing volleyball. I love talking to my friends and my brother. I’m interested in cars, films, football.
    • My name is Agata . I’m 14. My hobb ie s: reading books (Twilight saga), snowboarding, films, skiing and music. My favourite bands are Simple Plane, Linkin Park and Green Day. Favourite food ? I talian! And the latest: favourite colours – black, red, blue and purple.
  • 51.
    • My name is Kamila . I’m 15. I love volleyball so a spend a lot of time play ing i t . I play in a school team. I like watching films and listening to music.
    • My name is Ł ukasz . I’m 15. My hobby is taking photos. I like sport s, e specially volleyball.
    • My name is Adam . I’m 15 years old and I was born on 11 June 1994. I live in Gliwice and I love this city. I’m interested in computers. I like playing volleyball, though I’m not good at it. My favourite subjects are maths and chemistry.
    • I'm Kuba . I'm 15 years old. I like bike repairing and I am interested in downhill and freeride . These bikes are indestructible. I like rugby and playing handball, too. I'm also a fan of motocross.
  • 52.
    • Hi! My name is Natalia . I'm 15 years old. I am interested in music and I love singing. Greetings for everybody. 
    • I’m Kamil . I’m 14 years old. I was born in Gliwice o n 12 December 1994. I’m interested in bikes. I like skiing, playing football and basketball.I’m not keen on swimming. I often p lay computer games. My favourite food is spaghetti. My favourite subjects are PE and chemistry.
    • I’m David . My nick is Koszo. I am 15 years old and I come from Gliwice. I attend secondary s chool in Gliwice. My favourite school sub j e c t is computer science , because I am interested in computers. When I have free time I spend it with my friends. At leisure I like graphic s editing, videos montage, taking photos, playing computer games and watching films. My favourite kinds of music are rap, reggae, ragamuffin, punk-rock and others.
  • 53.