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Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
Waste sorting and recycling
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  • 1. Waste sorting and recycling
  • 2. Waste collection yard or hazardous waste collection80% 72%70%60%50%40% 30%30%20% 14% 6% 4%10% 0% A tin from the colour A termometer Used diapers A cup Potatoes skin (mercury) Waste collection yard or hazardous waste collection
  • 3. Dustbin (garbage container)80% 74%70%60%50%40%30% 20% 18%20% 9%10% 0% Used diapers A cup A tin from the colour Polystyrene Dustbin (garbage container)
  • 4. Paper recycling bin80% 71%70%60% 52%50%40%30%20% 10%10% 5% 0% A handbill An exercise book Used diapers Polystyrene Paper recycling bin
  • 5. Plastic recycling bin70% 60%60% 55%50%40% 35%30%20%10%0% A PET bottle A plastic bag (polypropylene) Polystyrene Plastic recycling bin
  • 6. Glass recycling bin100% 79%80%60%40% 32%20% 0% Wine glass bottles A cup Glass recycling bin
  • 7. Container of biodegradable waste100% 91%80%60%40%20% 10% 0% Potatoes skin A thermometer (mercury) Container of biodegradable waste
  • 8. Guesses of the time about decompositionThe sort of waste The time of decomposition Cup of yoghurt 96 yearFilter from cigarette 8 year Plastic bag 92 year Tin 364 year Orange skin 10 months Pear core 3 months Polystyrene, glass 7513 year
  • 9. 5 reasons why to sort out waste• Clean environment• Healthier people• Conserving natural resources• Can be recycled• More beautiful environment
  • 10. How many rubbish we throw away in a week? g7000 58006000 50005000 4420 4000400030002000 11201000 320 530 150 200 200 220 0 0 0 0 0 0 Paper Plastic Glass Other Eglė Lina Greta Dovilė
  • 11. Colour of the container with the waste CorrectWaste Container guessPaper Blue 52%Glass Green 40%Plastic Yellow 85%Mixed municipal waste Black and grey 94%
  • 12. Arguments to persuade friends to sort out waste• Threaten• Education about sorting waste• More containers• Show the nature with a lot of waste
  • 13. Recycling:• Sorting waste• Throw waste in the correct container
  • 14. The most often used materials for recycling:• Glass• PlasticProducing bottles from the recycled materials.

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