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Science: 09 Waste Management

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This libguide will help you to research the topic Waste Management. The websites, databases videos and books are design to provide quality information to help you describe some of the environmental impacts of waste and key components of waste management.

SITA AUSTRALIA 

 EVALUATING SOURCES

THINKING CRITICALLY ABOUT WEB INFORMATION - Applying the CRAAP TEST

Useful Weblinks

DEPARTMENT of ENVIRONMENT has devised this web-site to promote action to reduce waste, either by encouraging material efficiency, reducing the generation of waste, or enabling the recovery and reuse of discarded material. Topics include automotive waste, waste management, packaging and oil recycling.

ABC SCIENCE:
ABC Science is the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's online gateway to science.There are programs from ABC radio and TV as well as original online material including a daily science news service, in depth features, quizzes, Dr Karl's Great Moments in Science, videos, audio, podcasts, forums, news feeds and much more. 

WORLDWIDESCIENCE

WorldWideScience.org is a global science gateway comprised of national and international scientific databases and portals.

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Learn about outer space, leading scientific exploration, new technology, earth science basics, & more with science videos & news from Science Channel.

Sims recycling - a commercial site, but relevant information.

How fridges and freezers are recycled.

Planet Ark

Recycling Fact sheets

Greenpeace

 Visualising the e-waste problem

National Geographic

 Interactive of the toxic elements in a computer

         

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