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What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘recycling’?

on October 19, 2012

 

1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘recycling’?
2) How does recycling benefit the planet?
3) Are you good at recycling things?
4) Does your town do enough recycling?
5) What would the world be like without recycling?
6) Do you think recycling is here to stay or will we go back to a disposable goods lifestyle?
7) What would you think if your neighbors never recycled anything?
8) How much good do you think you’re doing when you recycle things?
9) What things do you throw away that you think should be recycled?
10) What do you think of the idea of water recycled from sewage?

 

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1) Should recycling be mandatory?
2) What fines should people have to pay if they do not recycle?
3) Do you think only ‘educated’ people recycle?
4) Have you been to other countries where recycling is much better or worse than in your country?
5) What should schools teach children about recycling?
6) What kinds of things do you think cannot be recycled?
7) What are your feelings towards the recycling of nuclear waste?
8) Should there be a reward system for people who recycle things?
9) What do you think of the idea of having a special minister for recycling in the government?
10) Which is better, recycling or buying only the things we really need?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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