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From snack packages to worn-out tires and nuclear waste, people keep generating trash! Let’s all do our share to help stop waste with the three R’s.
Did you know that people in the United States throw away an average of 3.5 lbs (1.59 kg) of trash every day? Where does it all go? What happens to nuclear waste from energy plants? How about all the tires that are removed from the world’s cars each year?
How to help solve this problem? People can follow the three R's: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. What can you do to reduce waste? With Crayola Erasable Colored Pencils on white paper, list items you, your families, and your classmates can reuse or recycle, such as glass, paper, or plastic. Find out where the landfills and recycling plants are in your community.
What part of this issue captures your imagination? If it’s reuse, maybe one solution is a toy or CD/DVD swap? What about walking to the library more, or reusing your own fabric grocery bags? How can you convince others to follow the three R’s? Use Crayola Markers on white paper to get your point across with a dramatic sign or poster.
Now it’s time to stop waste! Find prominent places in your community to display your posters. Generate a commitment to a cleaner community!
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