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Slovenia in Greece

  1. 1. WASTE SORTING AND RECYCLING
  2. 2.  Anja Kravanja,Maša Alič and Urška Šalej  Multimedia and Graphic Technology Secondary School Ljubljana  Mentors: Vladimir Janež, Urška Hrovat, Mojca Groleger  Srednja medijska in grafična šola Ljubljana, February, 2013
  3. 3. Where do we live?  Slovenia – Europa  Capital city Ljubljana
  4. 4. •PEOPLE: Greece: 11.244.118 people Slovenia: 2.040.788 people
  5. 5. •HIGHEST MOUNTAIN: Greece: OLIMP-2917 m Slovenia: TRIGLAV-2864 m OLIMP TRIGLAV
  6. 6. •LONGEST RIVER: Greece: AlLIAKMON-314 km Slovenia: SAVA-221km AlLIAKMON SAVA
  7. 7. Definition  Waste sorting or selective sorting  Recycling (old usefull product to new ones)
  8. 8. WHY?  Electrical and electronic equipment
  9. 9. WHY?  Save natural resourses  Less energy  Makes everything easier
  10. 10. WHY NOT?  Not enough containers  People are lazy  No time
  11. 11. HOW?  Plastic and Aluminium-yellow container
  12. 12. HOW?  Paper-blue container
  13. 13. HOW?  Glass-green container
  14. 14. HOW?  Biodegradable waste-brown container
  15. 15. HOW?  Mixed municipal waste-black and grey containers
  16. 16. SIGNS Green dot Mobius loop Triangle Two parallel arrows
  17. 17. SIGNS
  18. 18. DID YOU KNOW?  Metal packaging don’t lose quality  Product we buy cause greenhouse gas emissions  It takes 2 hundered trees to make 1 ton of paper
  19. 19. How can we help even more?
  20. 20. How can we help even more?
  21. 21. How can we help even more?
  22. 22. Slovenia  Biggest problem are tissues  Laziness and distance from containers Sliko smetišča
  23. 23. Slovenia  524 kilograms of waste on one person  Underground containers
  24. 24. Recycling in our school  Three containers  Bigger containers for paper
  25. 25. Most recycled product? Plastic Glass Paper Electrical equipment Other waste
  26. 26. How much waste do households throw away per week?  Paper : 3-5kg  Plastic : 5kg or more(1 full bag)  Glass : 1-2kg Do your schools have seperate containers for waste? • 70% - Yes • 30% -No
  27. 27. Just a couple of examples what we might have... If we don’t recycle..
  28. 28. Or what if we do...Or what if we do...
  29. 29. Resorses:  http://swapnplay.files.wordpress.com/2009/03/t2t-2012-  http://www.cek.ef.uni-lj.si/magister/hoferle341-B.pdf  http://www.locevanjeodpadkov.si/media/uploads/Nat  http://www.locevanjeodpadkov.si/media/uploads/ Natecaji%20za%20sole/gradivazauitelje.pdf  http://img.rtvslo.si/upload/Svet/manila- smeti_show.jpg
  30. 30.  http://i156.photobucket.com/albums/t15/ fotokaj/fotoBLOGatec/Dep-1.jpg  http://static-1.mojvideo.com/foto63171- 2201-93342/le-pojdi-naprej-po-poti- soncnega-upanja-med-sirna-obzorja- lepote-sveta-v-upanju-naj-sonce-sveti-za- oba.jpg  http://www.radiohit.si/locevanje- odpadkov-v-sloveniji
  31. 31. VIRIBUS UNITIS help the world with joint efforts  This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.  http://viribusunitisworld.blogspot.com/  http://viribusunitis.org/

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