Metals are one of the most valuable commodities and when metal items come to their end they can be folded into whole new items after carrying out recycling activities. Instead of spending more money to dispose of rubbish and adding to the environmental problems of the world today, you can teach your child how acting responsibly is beneficial in both the short and long term. In addition, recycling bins can display informative stickers that make it easy for users to identify what items go into which bin. People are more likely to participate in the program when they understand the basics of natural resource management, the problem of overflowing landfills, and the cost cutting, income generating potential that comes from reprocessing reusable materials. Attractive, clearly labelled recycling containers that are strategically placed can significantly increase the participation rate for the program, whether the goal is to protect the environment, cut costs, build a positive public image, generate income, or any combination. Most people are more than willing to contribute to a recycling project, if only they know what, where, and how to do so.
14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- EVENT: With the focus on the economic benefits of vocational education, the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association will host a press conference to mark the 10-year anniversary of the opening of the Center for Automotive Education & Training (CAET):a90,000 sq. ft., $30 million facility in Whitestone, Queens. CAET will celebrate the thousands of young men and women from diverse backgrounds who have trained, qualified and entered into high-paying skilled jobs in local business across our region. Since opening its doors in 2005, 80,000 people have been through its doors, including 36,780 dealership employees. CAET has held 2,503 seminars, events and launches, and welcomed over 50 separate automotive companies and brands hosting events of their own. GUESTS/SPEAKERS: The event will include remarks, via video, from the Honorable Charles E. Schumer, United States Senator, D-NY; Honorable Joseph Crowley, U.S. House of Representatives, D-NY 14th District (Queens, Bronx); Honorable Grace Meng, U.S. House of Representatives, D-NY 6th District (Queens), Honorable Melinda Katz, Queens Borough President, and Michael Mulgrew, President United Federation of Teachers. Event speakers include: NY State Senator Toby Stavisky (District 16); NY State Assemblyman Edward Braunstein (District 26); Terri Egan, Executive Deputy Commissioner, New York Department of Motor Vehicles; Sterling Roberson, vice president for Career and Technical Education, UFT; Scott Shaw, CEO and President of Lincoln Technical Institute; Mark Schienberg, president of the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association. Teachers, students, and small business owners who have employed the trained students, will be available to discuss the importance of vocational training and how it has impacted lives. ANNOUNCEMENTS: 10 Auto Engines Donated to 10 Area Schools: Ten 1.2L four-cylinder General Motors Spark engines each worth over $4,000 will be donated to ten area schools.
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Explain to them how products are made using various natural and man-made resources and what happens when items are thrown in the rubbis. There are plenty of good children's books about recycling, landfills, and pollution that will help you to educate your child about the dangers of toxic materials in landfills, pollution, and dwindling land availability. You can attach pictures of recyclable materials to your recycling bins and even have your child help you to create these prompts. They can feature informative signs and stickers, easy to access deposit slots and holes, and come in many shapes, sizes and colons. Plastics marked with #3, #4, #5, #6, and especially #7 should not to be added to recycling bins. Your family can save money, as well, and your children will be delighted to help, especially if you pass some of your family's savings on to them in the form of increased allowances in exchange for participating. Placing the appropriate receptacle where it is most likely needed significantly increase usage rates. In the same way, can and bottle bins work well when placed near soda machines, vending machines, lunchroom, and break rooms.