Course Units

CLASSWORK:
M(2/20): OFF
T(2/21): Semester Project 20% Time
W (2/22): What are our options for waste? Engineer a Landfill
Th (2/23): Engineer a Landfill
F (2/24): Which are better: landfills or incinerators?


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Waste Options Powerpoint



STUDY GUIDES AND READINGS:

Readings:

  1. In your textbook, read pg. 376-378 and answer #6, 7, 9, 10, 11 by TUES
  2. Landfill Article Packet - annotate for TUES 2/21
  3. Read 5.2 "Protecting the Groundwater" pg. 386-391 and answer #5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15, 20 due FRI

Waste Unit STUDY GUIDE



VOCAB:

Complete the following terms in your lab notebook.

  1. Nonbiodegradable
  2. Biodegradable
  3. Hazardous waste
  4. Carcinogen
  5. Municipal Solid Waste
  6. Waste-to-energy plant
  7. Landfill
  8. Leachate
  9. Primary recycling
  10. Secondary recycling
  11. Compost
  12. Aerobic vs. Anaerobic

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PAST UNITS

AGRICULTURE UNIT 1617
SCIENCE PROCESS UNIT 1617
WATER UNIT 1617

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It is your responsibility to know what plagiarism is, if you're falling into the trap, and how to avoid it. First and foremost, be sure to ALWAYS cite your work, however that doesn't cover all your bases. Use this infographic and the link provided to brush up on your plagiarism knowledge. (http://turnitin.com/assets/en_us/media/plagiarism_spectrum.php)

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