RESOURCES

Environmental Studies

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Recycling Greywater
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Recycling Greywater

Greywater is wastewater from any household source other than toilets. Greywater makes up roughly 60% of household wastewater. A greywater recycling system uses water primarily from showers and bathtubs. It can also capture water from bathroom or wastewater from the utility sink and washing machine.

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Renewable Energy
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Renewable Energy

A one-year field test in South Africa revealed that using a solar stove, an average family can save 30 litres of kerosene, 30 kg of LPG and about 1 tonne of firewood per year, which comes to an estimated 1 tonne of carbon dioxide reduction annually.

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Air Particles and Air Quality
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Air Particles and Air Quality

The air we breathe has a lot do do with our health. As we breathe in fresh air, our lungs absorb oxygen from the air and pass it into our blood stream so it can be transported throughout our bodies. Oxygen is important for our whole body to have the energy it needs to survive.

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Habitat Model
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Habitat Model

A habitat is the natural environment in which plants and animals live. This is where they get their food, water and shelter. They also breed in their natural habitat. The climate of a habitat, the food available in the habitat, competition from other species- these are some of the factors that determine whether a species will survive or not.

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The Big Dig
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The Big Dig

Every year each household contributes waste products by using and consuming disposable products and materials. Sometimes these things are recycled, like many paper, plastic and glass products. Other times the items are re-used, like old tires that are chipped and used to build playground surfacing materials.

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Organic Garden
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Organic Garden

Organic gardening is the use of natural compost and manure to fertilise and grow plants and flowers. No harmful chemicals or pesticides are used to protect the plants. As opposed to gardening that uses pesticides and other chemicals, organic gardening is truly natural.

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👉Note: Semester II examination dates have been uploaded on the class website.

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