Solid Waste Word Match!
The following terms are used at The Imagination Factory to discuss solid waste. Draw a line from the word on the left to match its correct definition on the right.
|trash||A natural gas that is breathed by animals and humans|
|garbage||Final placement or destruction of waste materials|
|landfill||Dry, useless material that is thrown away|
|groundwater||Gound material that includes vegetation, soils, sand, grass, gravel, and oyster shells|
|soil||Process of making the air, soil or water unclean|
|decompose||A place in or on land where waste is deposited|
|pollute||Fresh or saline water found beneath the Earth's surface|
|oxygen||To rot or decay|
|moisture||A man-made material composed of polymers|
|environment||Unwanted materials that have been used by the consumer|
|disposal||Unwanted materials left over from manufacturing or use by humans or animals|
|contaminate||To use less of something in order to save natural resources|
|reduce||Water, air, and land and their interrelationship with all living things|
|reuse||All land, air, water, wildlife, and similar resources|
|recycle||The power to do work|
|energy||To pollute or make something impure|
|natural resources||To make new products from old ones in order to save natural resources|
|preconsumer waste||To use something again in order to save natural resources|
|postconsumer waste||Unwanted materials left over from manufacturing|
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