Waste water management Worksheet-1
(a) Recycling (b) Composting (c) Incineration (d) Landfill
(a) Preventing run-off of fertilizers into streams.
(b) Reducing the amount of plastic wrapping on goods.
(c) Treatment of raw sewage.
(d) Drinking bottled water only.
(a) Oil spillage (b) Slurry
(c) Factory waste (d) Sewage
(a) Recycling (b) Landfill (c) Incineration (d) Composting
(a) Composting vegetable waste (b) Burning waste in an incinerator
(c) The use of landfill sites (d) Recycling of plastic and glass
(a) noise pollution (b) water pollution
(c) soil pollution (d) air pollution
(a) The dumping of batteries in landfill sites.
(b) The burning of fossil fuels.
(c) The use of CFCs in aerosol sprays.
(d) The release of carbon monoxide (CO) when burning diesel.
(a) Biodegradable plastic bags are good for the environment.
(b) It is not economic to recycle metals.
(c) Glass bottles do not biodegrade in the environment.
(d) Garden waste can be recycled by composting.
(a) Landfill (b) Composting (c) Recycling (d) Incineration
(a) pollution (b) conservation (c) recycling (d) waste management
(a) Having more plants in the garden to prevent run-off of fertilizer into nearby water sources.
(b) Turning the tap off when brushing our teeth.
(c) Disposing of paint and oil down the drain.
(d) Using environment-friendly washing powder.
(a) It does not require as much land space as a landfill.
(b) Incineration can be used to get rid of a large amount of waste.
(c) It does not produce any harmful products.
(d) It is very efficient in dealing with waste.