Waylon the Worm & His Composting Tips Helping our Environment byReducing, Reusing, and Recycling.
• After we have finished buying our groceries, preparing our meals, and eating our dinner…. What is left for us to do?• That’s right, Dispose of our waste.• There are a number of ways to do this. Let’s find out.
We can Recycle almost anything!• Aluminum• Tin• Glass• Paper & Plastic
Aluminum Products• Click the Can to find out more about what Aluminum becomes once it has been recycled.
• People recycle Aluminum and it is turned into new forms of the metal to reuse for many products such as cans, sheet metal, and you can earn money for each item you turn in.
Tin Products• Click the Tin to see what people are using the recycled metal scraps for.
• People take recycled tin and send it to manufacturers, mills, and steel mills.• Tin is recycled to help make items like washing machines, cars, bridges, and even new cans.
Glass Products• Click a Bottle to find out what we do with recycled Glass.
• Once Glass has been picked up from the Recycling Bin it is distributed all over to be formed into new items.• Most glass bottles are recycled and made into new bottles to be used again by soda and beverage companies.
Paper & Plastic Products• Click to find out where Paper and Plastic go to be recycled.
• A milk carton can be recycled into 5 high quality sheets of office paper• Newspaper is turned into wood chips and then into toilet paper.• Other items include feminine products, diapers, and glass.
Another great form of Recylcing:• Composting is a great way to help our environment and EVERYONE can do it.• Click to see!
• Composting is a great experience for kids and it helps to show that Nature has a life cycle.• Composting helps gets the kids involved and learn hands on that we can reuse waste to help Earth grow.• Our food waste can be reused to make new soil to help grow flowers, plants, and make our environment beautiful.
Our Compost Pile:• We have to collect our orange peels, apples, egg shells, and grass clippings.• Find the perfect location.• Hope the worms and other natural factors help with our composting!