Earth in Danger: Rubbish and Recycling by
  

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Earth in Danger: Rubbish and Recycling by

A series of non-fiction books for reluctant readers that reflect the current concerns over environmental and ecological issues. This title explains simply the science behind what can be a very confusing subject. With an emphasis on the practical ways readers can help, such as recycling plastic bottles and taking their own bags shopping, it works as both a non-fiction reader, and a reference resource. Inside this book: why there is so much rubbish around; what materials can be recycled; making compost from food waste; problems caused by toxic and radioactive waste; recycling symbols and what they mean and what recycled goods can be made into.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

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Publisher

TickTock Books an imprint of Octopus Publishing Group

Publication date

18th August 2008

ISBN

9781846967375


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