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List 3 products that you recycle (or could recycle). Where do the products come from? Where will the products go after they are recycled?

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List 3 products that you recycle (or could recycle).  Where do the products come from?  Where will the products go after they are recycled?

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15 thoughts on “List 3 products that you recycle (or could recycle). Where do the products come from? Where will the products go after they are recycled?

  1. Three products I recycle are newspaper, water bottles, and cardboard. The products materials that make them come from nature. The products after they are recycled will become a new product and go back on the shelf of a store where you can buy it.

  2. Three products I recycle are paper, plastic, and cardboard. These products come from nature, but when recycled they are made back into new products to be used again.

  3. Three products you could recycle are cans, milk jugs, and cardboard. These products materials are derived from natural resources found on earth. Once they are recycled, these products will be renewed and then have product placed in them again, to eventually be resold.

  4. Pizza boxes, water bottles and pop cans can be recycled. The products come from nature like trees. The products go to plants where stuff can be put in them again before being put on shelves.

  5. You can recycle pop cans, glass bottles and cardboard. These products come from natural materials. These products will be recycled back into a new product.

  6. You can recycle pop cans, paper, and glass bottles which will then be recycled and made into a new product

  7. You can recycle milk jugs, pop cans, and plastic bottles, most of the time these are bought from a common general store.m they will eventually be made into a new product or dumped somewhere with all of the other waste in the world.

  8. Products that I can recycle are soda cans, water bottles, and paper. The soda cans can be used to make more cans or help build vehicles, the water bottles can be used in all sorts of plastic, and the newspaper can be used to make more paper. All of those products come from nature.

  9. Plastic bottles, pop cans, and cardboard. All these resources come from nature, but when they are recycled they can be made into new products.

  10. I recycle pop cans, glass bottles and cardboard. These products are natural materials and these products will be recycled back into a new material

  11. I recycle plastic, paper, and bottles. These things can be recycled and made into new products because they are made of natural resources.

  12. I recycle paper, plastic and aluminum, like in pop cans. These came from minerals or plants in the environment. They are broken down to make new products. Sometimes, if they aren’t recycled, they are put in landfills where they take a long time to decompose. That’s why we recycle them instead

  13. I recycle pop cans/ newspaper/ and some clothes. They all come from nature but when recycled they go to either the less fortunate, a metal landfill in china, or they get melted down to make more bottles.

  14. I recycle paper, pop cans, and cell phones. When pop cans are recycled they go to a huge factory where that are cleaned and melted into liquid aluminum and remade into new pop cans. Cell phones are like the same. Except they take all the metal out of the phones and melt the plastic molds to make new molds for new phones. And paper is just mostly burnt cause you can’t really remake paper from old paper…

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