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Littering Kills

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CREDITS TO STICK-GAL …

CREDITS TO STICK-GAL
CREDITS TO JOLENE
CREDITS TO VALENTINO
CREDITS TO SOURCES OF INFORMATION.
THANKS.

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  • 1. Littering -By Valentino, Jolene, Jian Xiong
  • 2. Outline
    • Litter Facts.
    • Why do people litter?
    • Consequences.
    • Effects on environment.
    • How to stop littering?
    • Reuse, Reduce, Recycle
  • 3. Litter Facts
    • Main types of litters
    8% Other 21% Aluminum 33% Plastic 38% Paper Percentage Type of Litter
  • 4. Litter Facts
    • How long does it take to decompose?
    1 month Paper Bag Can never decompose. Styrofoam Container 3-4 weeks Orange peel 200 - 500 years Aluminum Cans 500 - 600 years Disposable Diapers 1 million years or more. Plastic bottle Unknown. Glass Decomposition Time Object
  • 5. Effects on environment.
    • Harms the environment.
    • Unsightly:
    • Endanger animal’s habitat.
  • 6. Effects on environment.
    • Pollutes the environment.
    • Polluted environment will lead to negative health consequences.
  • 7. Main litters in Singapore
    • Plastic bottle , tissue paper and discarded items like plastic bag are the most commonly found litter.
    • A dirty Environment attracts cockroaches!
  • 8. Why Do people litter?
    • Don't Care.
    • Not aware they are littering.
    • Others will clean it:
  • 9.
    • Lazy • Convenient • Dustbins too far
  • 10. Consequence.
    • A fine will be issued. $500 - $1000
    • Offender will have to serve: Corrective Work Order .
    • The CWO, set the offender to work in cleaning up the community.
  • 11. Consequence.
    • Offenders would have to clean up public places on the appointed Sunday .
    • Duration of 1 to 5 hours.
    Caught for leaving a newspapers behind…
  • 12. Reuse;
    • Reuse plastic container.
    • Bing own reusable bag to do grocery.
    • Reuse cardboard boxes, plastic bags, etc.
  • 13. Reduce;
    • Try not to accept plastic bags.
    • Cut down on ‘take-away food.’ (Reduce styrofoam containers)
    • Use both side of a paper. (Save TREES)
  • 14. Recycle;
    • Recycle aluminum can, plastic bottle, glass bottle and paper.
  • 15. Recycle;
    • Sell unwanted newspaper/ stuff to karang guni man.
  • 16. Do’s
    • Don’t Litter.
    • Follow the 3 R’s
    • Stop friends from littering.
    • Pick Up Litter if you can.
  • 17. DON’T LITTER!
  • 18. Remember!
    • It takes a new generation to stop littering.
    • Start NOW.
  • 19. Credits!
    • PowerPoint Slide Creator : Valentino Tan
    • PowerPoint Slide Editor: Jolene Tan
  • 20. Credits! Pictures.
    • Stick pictures: www.STICKGAL.BLOGSPOT.com
    • Other pictures: www.google.com
  • 21. Credits! Information
    • http://infopedia.nl.sg/articles/SIP_469_2005-01-25.html
    • http://www.entersingapore.info/sginfo/risk-investigation.php
    • http://www.nea.gov.sg/ar07/homeward-litter.html
    • http://mdc.mo.gov/nomoretrash/facts/
    • http://www.utahrecycles.org

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