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  • Q1
    Which of the following is an example of reusing?
    Throwing away plastic bottles
    Using a refillable water bottle
    Buying single-use products
    Using disposable cutlery
  • Q2
    What is the process of converting waste materials into reusable materials called?
  • Q3
    What is the term used for using a product or item again for its original purpose or for a different purpose?
  • Q4
    Which of the following is an example of reducing waste?
    Using disposable plastic utensils
    Buying single-use plastic water bottles
    Composting food scraps
    Throwing away recyclable materials
  • Q5
    What does the term 'reusing materials' refer to in the context of the 3 R's?
    Using single-use items
    Throwing away old items
    Extending the lifespan of products
    Purchasing new items frequently
  • Q6
    What does the 'Reduce' part of the 3 R's concept refer to?
    Reusing materials
    Recycling paper
    Reducing waste generation
    Rotting organic waste
  • Q7
    What does the 'Reuse' part of the 3 R's concept encourage?
    Converting organic waste into compost
    Breaking down materials to create new products
    Sorting waste into different categories
    Using items multiple times instead of throwing them away
  • Q8
    What does the 'Recycle' part of the 3 R's concept involve?
    Converting waste materials into new products
    Reducing waste generation
    Rotting organic waste
    Reusing items
  • Q9
    Why is 'Reduce' an important part of the 3 R's?
    To create more landfill space
    To minimize waste and conserve resources
    To support the production of single-use items
    To increase consumption of resources
  • Q10
    What is one benefit of recycling?
    It creates more waste
    It contributes to greenhouse gas emissions
    It conserves natural resources
    It uses excessive amounts of energy
  • Q11
    What is the purpose of reducing, reusing, and recycling?
    To deplete natural resources
    To create more waste and harm the environment
    To generate minimum waste and extract maximum benefits
    To increase energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions
  • Q12
    What should you do with unwanted items?
    Keep them stored in your house
    Sell or give them away
    Throw them in the trash
    Bury them in the backyard
  • Q13
    What does recycling help sustain?
    Energy consumption for future generations
    Pollution for future generations
    Waste production for future generations
    The environment for future generations
  • Q14
    What is one way to reduce paper waste?
    Buy products with excessive packaging
    Use paper for single-time use
    Buy products with little packaging
    Throw away paper after one use
  • Q15
    What is one way to reuse items?
    Think creatively
    Use items only once
    Throw away unwanted items
    Buy new items for every task

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