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Not a Drop Wasted

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Aurelia Zammit  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
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Water is essential to our health, our communities, our environment and our economy. Maybe a small drop is not much, but we question, how much can a little drop waste? Though a single drop is not a lot, think about how much water can go wasted from every faucet in every home. Every little counts.



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Disposable News!

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Anne Marie Camilleri  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
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This photo shows a contrast between the use of a tablet as opposed to purchasing a newspaper daily in order to read the news. Using our digital devices for more purposes such as reading the news can reduce the amount of paper consumed for daily activities. Nonetheless if a newspaper is being used, one can reuse it in different ways such as collecting fruit and vegetable peels in it and recycled with paper.



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Use It… Don’t Waste It!

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Andrew Camilleri  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
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Even though carob is a good medicinal, a lot of carob pods produced are not being cared for. Nonetheless, these can be very beneficial to prevent a number of ailments and its polyphenolic content is an ideal antioxidant.



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Stop! It Hurts!

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Alessia Kniep  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
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It is common that people build campfires in some green areas thus it shows lack of respect to the local environment and to the people that admire the beauty of such places. Campfires are a source of air pollution and are causing environmental and health hazards. Trees are being chopped down to be used for such campfires.



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Red Hot Chilli Peppers under the Wall

submitted by Dun Manwel Attard Young Adult Education Resource Centre Maria Regina College : Alessia Kniep  for 19+
dissemination(s): other, Our Resource Centre Facebook Page, website
filed under Photos

A lot of chillies are being wasted in the local environment, and mixed with other waste thus creating quite an ugly environment. Unfortunately a lot of food products are being misplaced and wasted instead of being shared with others and used in different ways, for example, cooking.



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