Published on May 10, 2017
1. Refuse,Reduce,Reuse & Recycle Made By : Himanshu Saini Rishi Public School
2. Reduce Reduce/Reduction: to make something smaller or use less, resulting in a smaller amount of waste. "Source reduction" is reducing waste before you purchase it, or by purchasing products that are not wasteful in their packaging or use. A key part of waste "reduction" is "conservation" - using natural resources wisely, and using less than usual in order avoid waste.
3. Reuse You can "reuse" materials in their original form instead of throwing them away, or pass those materials on to others who could use them too! Remember, one man's trash is another man's treasure!
4. Recycle Recycling occurs when you save and take reusable materials to places where they can be remade into either the same product or new products, rather than to just toss them in the trash. Making new items from recycled ones also takes fewer energy and other resources than making products from brand new materials.
5. Don't throw away anything that can be recycled! Here is a list of things you should always recycle Acid Batteries Plastic Bottles Steel Cans Tires White Goods (Appliances) Wood Writing/Copy Paper Yard Waste Aluminum Cans Building Materials Cardboard Chemicals Electronic equipment Glass (particularly bottles and jars) Lead Magazines Metal
6. Easier - Recycle means to process old, used items in order that the material can be used to make new products. Examples of things that are often recycled are glass, plastic, newspapers, aluminum cans, used motor oil, and batteries. Here, reduce refers to lessening the amount of items or resources that are consumed, using only the amount that is needed, and looking for alternatives that will lessen our use. And reuse means extending the 'life' or repurposing an item rather than discarding or throwing it away. Harder - Recycling is the processes of collecting, processing, remanufacturing, and reusing materials instead of discarding them. This helps conserve raw materials and energy that manufacturers would otherwise use in producing new products. Recycling also reduces the amount of material going into landfills. Recycling helps lessen the pollution that may result from waste disposal. Reducing our consumption of materials and reducing the waste of materials also adds to the conservation of our resources.
7. When I Recycle I… Recycling reduces the need for landfills, but it also does much more. By recycling, you are conserving natural resources, such as trees, metal ores, minerals, oil, and water. You are also reducing the amount of pollution and greenhouse gases released into the environment, and you are conserving energy. Recycling can be fun and easy, and by recycling, you are helping yourself and your community, and you are setting a good example at the same time.
8. How can young children learn to care for Earth? One of the ways: Art & crafts experiences enable children to acquaint themselves with the natural qualities of the earth such as leaves, rocks, shells, dirt, wind, rain and sunshine. Children also learn to observe, create, and remain in touch with the ever changing world, and to develop a caring attitude towards the earth by learning to recycle and use materials for art and crafts rather than throwing them away.
9. It’s our world!!!!!!!
10. Reuse,Reduce & Recycle Recycle: We should not throw cans, bottles and newspapers into landfills. These items can be recycled. Don't throw those shoe boxes away -- they can become toy dioramas or doll houses. Discuss how these items get recycled. Reuse: We don't always need a new piece of paper or a new t-shirt. We can try to reuse what we already have. We can help keep trash out of the landfills. How can a piece of paper be reused? Example: We can use the comics to use as wrapping paper, print the templates in this web site on the blank/clean side of junk mail or other discarded paper material. How can a T-shirt be reused - many pieces of fabric from T-shirts can make a great quilt! Reduce - Every home can reduce the amount of waste/garbage it produces and the landfills would last years longer. Composting is one way of reducing -- explain how you can help and/or are helping to reduce.
11. Facts About Recycling Paper for Kids Paper is made from crushing trees into wood pulp. It takes 98 tons of resources to make just one ton of paper. Trees are important to the environment and take years to grow back. Everyone is part of the solution. Kids making the first step to change may create the difference in an entire family making a positive change to save the environment. There are a few easy steps kids can take today to make a difference in their homes and make a better tomorrow.
12. Always remember to refuse,reuse,reduce & recycle…. DON’T FORGET ???? HIMANSHU SAINI