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  • Orientation keynote

    1. 1. Is this just a load of rubbish? Recycling at St Pauls
    2. 2. Why do we need to recycle?
    3. 3. Why do we need to recycle? A “plastic soup” of waste has been floating in the Pacific Ocean. Ewe! Who would want to eat plastic soup! I wouldn’t! It is growing at an alarming rate and now covers an area twice the size of Texas. (Holly,Bianca and Paris Year 5 Blue)
    4. 4. Why do we need to recycle? A “plastic soup” of waste has been floating in the Pacific Ocean. Ewe! Who would want to eat plastic soup! I wouldn’t! It is growing at an alarming rate and now covers an area twice the size of Texas. (Holly,Bianca and Paris Year 5 Blue)
    5. 5. The Dangers Of Plastic by Holly, Bianca & Paris
    6. 6. The Dangers Of Plastic by Holly, Bianca & Paris Plastic is the cause of 90% of all rubbish floating in the ocean. Plastic from as long as 50 years ago can still be found floating in our oceans today. That is a very long time! About one-fifth of the rubbish in our water is from ships and oil platforms. The rest of the rubbish comes from land!
    7. 7. The Dangers Of Plastic by Holly, Bianca & Paris Plastic is the cause of 90% of all rubbish floating in the ocean. Plastic from as long as 50 years ago can still be found floating in our oceans today. That is a very long time! About one-fifth of the rubbish in our water is from ships and oil platforms. The rest of the rubbish comes from land!
    8. 8. Charles Moore
    9. 9. Charles Moore Charles Moore, an American Oceanographer, when taking an alternate route home from a sailing trip discovered the ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ (the Pacific Gyre) It took him five days to sail through the floating rubbish.
    10. 10. Charles Moore Charles Moore, an American Oceanographer, when taking an alternate route home from a sailing trip discovered the ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ (the Pacific Gyre) It took him five days to sail through the floating rubbish.
    11. 11. Waste Audit, February 2009.
    12. 12. Waste Audit, February 2009. At the beginning of this year our whole school sorted rubbish after a day’s collection. A substantial percentage of the rubbish was compostable or recyclable.
    13. 13. Waste Audit, February 2009. At the beginning of this year our whole school sorted rubbish after a day’s collection. A substantial percentage of the rubbish was compostable or recyclable.
    14. 14. Since then, we have begun a process of recycling that we hope will eventually lead towards a waste-free school. We realise, that for our kindy students, recycling could be quite confusing. So, we are requesting that parents , other students and teachers will reinforce how to recycle and the importance of recycling.
    15. 15. Since then, we have begun a process of recycling that we hope will eventually lead towards a waste-free school. We realise, that for our kindy students, recycling could be quite confusing. So, we are requesting that parents , other students and teachers will reinforce how to recycle and the importance of recycling.
    16. 16. Since then, we have begun a process of recycling that we hope will eventually lead towards a waste-free school. We realise, that for our kindy students, recycling could be quite confusing. So, we are requesting that parents , other students and teachers will reinforce how to recycle and the importance of recycling.
    17. 17. Since then, we have begun a process of recycling that we hope will eventually lead towards a waste-free school. We realise, that for our kindy students, recycling could be quite confusing. So, we are requesting that parents , other students and teachers will reinforce how to recycle and the importance of recycling.
    18. 18. Since then, we have begun a process of recycling that we hope will eventually lead towards a waste-free school. We realise, that for our kindy students, recycling could be quite confusing. So, we are requesting that parents , other students and teachers will reinforce how to recycle and the importance of recycling.
    19. 19. COMPOST
    20. 20. COMPOST We have compost bins in classrooms and on the playground and we are using compost on our gardens...
    21. 21. COMPOST We have compost bins in classrooms and on the playground and we are using compost on our gardens...
    22. 22. COMPOST We have compost bins in classrooms and on the playground and we are using compost on our gardens...
    23. 23. COMPOST We have compost bins in classrooms and on the playground and we are using compost on our gardens...
    24. 24. COMPOST We have compost bins in classrooms and on the playground and we are using compost on our gardens...
    25. 25. Here is what can be composted...
    26. 26. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt
    27. 27. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt
    28. 28. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt
    29. 29. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt
    30. 30. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt
    31. 31. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt Brown Waste • tissues • brown paper bags (ripped up) • grease paper (ripped up)
    32. 32. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt Brown Waste • tissues • brown paper bags (ripped up) • grease paper (ripped up)
    33. 33. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt Brown Waste • tissues • brown paper bags (ripped up) • grease paper (ripped up)
    34. 34. Here is what can be composted... Green Waste (anything that was once growing or living) • fruit and vegetables • bread scraps • dead flowers • left over rice, yoghurt Brown Waste • tissues • brown paper bags (ripped up) • grease paper (ripped up)
    35. 35. COMINGLE
    36. 36. COMINGLE We have co-mingle bins. A co-mingle bin is a recycling bin...
    37. 37. COMINGLE We have co-mingle bins. A co-mingle bin is a recycling bin...
    38. 38. COMINGLE We have co-mingle bins. A co-mingle bin is a recycling bin...
    39. 39. Co-mingle recycling includes cans, glass, milk or juice cartons and plastics displaying the recycle symbol.
    40. 40. Co-mingle recycling includes cans, glass, milk or juice cartons and plastics displaying the recycle symbol.
    41. 41. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    42. 42. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    43. 43. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    44. 44. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    45. 45. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    46. 46. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    47. 47. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    48. 48. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    49. 49. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins...
    50. 50. Here are some items that can be placed in our co-mingle bins... However MOST LIDS and STRAWS cannot be recycled!
    51. 51. GENERAL WASTE
    52. 52. GENERAL WASTE General waste is waste that cannot be composted or recycled. It goes in the dark green or red bins. We don’t want it ending up in our oceans...
    53. 53. GENERAL WASTE General waste is waste that cannot be composted or recycled. It goes in the dark green or red bins. We don’t want it ending up in our oceans...
    54. 54. GENERAL WASTE General waste is waste that cannot be composted or recycled. It goes in the dark green or red bins. We don’t want it ending up in our oceans...
    55. 55. Here is a list of items that go into our general waste bins...
    56. 56. Here is a list of items that go into our general waste bins... • pizza boxes • straws knives, forks • plastic meats • left over • cling wrap • foil lock bags • zip lids from plastic drink bottles • mostpackets • chip and dip packets • crunch and ice cream packaging • ice block away containers • plastic throw • unlabelled packaging containers re-usable • snackoff lids bar • peelmany more.......... • and
    57. 57. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    58. 58. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    59. 59. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    60. 60. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    61. 61. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    62. 62. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    63. 63. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    64. 64. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    65. 65. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    66. 66. Here is some photos of items that go into our general waste bins...
    67. 67. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    68. 68. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    69. 69. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    70. 70. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    71. 71. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    72. 72. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled.
    73. 73. Most of the lids on these items CANNOT be recycled. Perhaps, you could show your child how to look for the recycle symbol...
    74. 74. More general waste...
    75. 75. More general waste...
    76. 76. More general waste...
    77. 77. More general waste...
    78. 78. More general waste...
    79. 79. More general waste...
    80. 80. More general waste...
    81. 81. More general waste... Could these items be substituted for something else?
    82. 82. Is it possible to pack a lunch using only REUSABLE PLASTIC?
    83. 83. Is it possible to pack a lunch using only REUSABLE PLASTIC? Yes, it is!
    84. 84. Is it possible to pack a lunch using only REUSABLE PLASTIC? Yes, it is!
    85. 85. Is it possible to pack a lunch using only REUSABLE PLASTIC? Yes, it is! THE WASTE-FREE LUNCH!

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