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Garbage and Recycling: Help Save the Environment
eBook (ePub): $4.99
The truth is that we can actually do something to reverse the tide of environmental degradation, and we can start by doing some simple initiatives right in our own backyards. Recycling is one thing... More > we could easily do. Here are some basic facts about recycling, and why we need to reduce, reuse and recycle. Learn and discover: • The Basics Of Scrap Metal Recycling • The "Green" Benefits of Computer Recycling • Tips For Recycling Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs • How Recycling Benefits The Environment • How Recycling Benefits Society • How To Start A Recycling Program In Your School Plus more!< Less
Garbage: Investigate What Happens When You Throw It Out
eBook (ePub): $8.99
Kids become “rubbish warriers” in Garbage: Investigate What Happens When You Throw It Out. Encouraged to think about the choices they make that generate garbage in the first place,... More > readers learn ways to reduce, reuse, recycle—and rethink their actions. Along the way, kids explore the science of garbology, discover fascinating information archaeologists learn by excavating middens, and use projects to investigate the world of trash. Activities include whipping up a delicious edible landfill, brewing natural dyes for a T-shirt, and comparing the effects of commercial and homemade cleaners. Kids will learn that the battle against the world’s overwhelming waste problem begins with them.< Less
Going Green With Waste - A Look At Reducing Waste and Conservation
eBook (ePub): $2.99
In our busy, fast paced lives, we tend to release a great deal of toxins into our atmosphere. These toxins are released as pollution and can originate from many things. Some prime examples of... More > pollutants are exhaust fumes, industrial work buildings and most of all waste. This book will focus on ways in which you can go green with your waste.< Less
Going Green Waste
eBook (PDF): $2.25
Get Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Helping The Earth And Going Green With Waste! Is the fact that you would like to learn how to be more concious with waste and help out Mother... More > Earth but just don't know how to get started making you feel really bad... maybe you have even thought about just giving up? Unless You Wish To Continue To Fail And Not Reach Your Goal Of Learning About Going Green And Conservation You Need To Pay Attention Here! The Costs of NOT Understanding What All Of This Means Could Spell Your Failure For Your Goal! This Book Will Show You Exactly What What You Need To Do To Go Green With Waste And Conservation! In This Book, You Will Learn: + What Does Going Green With Waste And Conservation Mean + What About The Toxicity In Garbage + Tips For Reducing Garbage And Recycling + What About Our Water Supply + Tips For Water Conservation + And so much more!< Less
Newport CH International Group
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Benefits of Recycling Most of the reasons we recycle are environmental, although some are economic. These include: Too Much Garbage One of the main reasons for recycling is to reduce the amount of... More > garbage sent to landfills. Landfill usage peaked in the 1980s, when Americans sent almost 150 million tons (136.08 million metric tons) of garbage to landfills each year. Today, we still dump more than 100 million tons (90.719 million metric tons) of trash into landfills annually [source: Hall]. Even though modern sanitary landfills are safer and less of a nuisance than the open dumps of the past, no one likes having a landfill around. In heavily populated areas, landfill space is scarce. Where space is plentiful, filling it with garbage isn't a very good solution to the problem. Today, recycling efforts in the United States divert 32 percent of waste away from landfills. That prevents more than 60 million tons (54.432 million metric tons) of garbage from ending up in landfills every year [source: EPA].< Less
Going Green With Waste
eBook (PDF): $1.99
In our busy,fast paced lives,we tend to release a great deal of toxins into our atmosphere.These toxins are released as pollution and can originate from many things.Some prime examples of pollutants... More > are exhaust fumes,industrial work buildings and most of all waste.This book will focus on ways in which you can go green with your waste.“Going Green With Waste” looks into What Does Going Green With Waste And Conservation Mean, What About The Toxicity In Garbage, Tips For Reducing Garbage And Recycling,What About Our Water Supply, Tips For Water Conservation,What About Our Soil, Tips For Soil Conservation, Finding Every Recycling Option In Your Area and Finding Plans And Kits For Waste Reduction – Conservation And The Benefits.< Less
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