It has been a very educational trip. It shows us that everybody should be more involve in recycling in order to improve our world. We should avoid purchasing unnecessary items.
In this recycling plant we have seen large amount of rubbish that hasn't been recycled properly.
Today I have learned that although I know the different trash containers. I don't recycle properly. There are much things to know about the way we have to recycle everything, glass, pastic, paper, etc.
This plant makes a selection of all the different kinds of rubbish, then the different types of waste are divided into trucks and taken to the place where you can use it again.
The climate change is affecting our planet and we are increasing this change using too much non sustainable energy.
Another very important thing I have also learned is that we shouldn't look what other people do, because many water drops are able to fill a glass.
By: Isabel Maria Cantos Sánchez 3 ESO B
On the tour I learned more about energy . Nonrenewable energy sources are depleted such as eg coal or oil. Instead renewables never exhausted , at least at the human time scale . All of these energies come from the sun , and are, for example , solar , wind , tidal ... I've also learned that climate change has always been , but now is accelerating very quickly. As a result this may melt the polar ice caps and cause sea level rise , flooding coastal areas . We can also help solve reusing , recycling ... Then in the containers we have seen why they separate trash. Then when we make the kitchen I saw how easy it can be manufactures a small solar cooker.
By Irene Alvarez. 3º ESO-B
Hi, I'm Marcos Córdoba. This moorning I didn't go to the trip because I gave you the authorization one day later, so was impposible. But my friends and classmates told me their favourites momments in the trip. I know that they went to a recycling plant to see and to know what about the objects that we recycle and how to do it. The different machines and the process to recycle. They discovered how to do a simple kitchen with some cartoon and some albal paper. Yo don't need any electricity, only the heat of the sun, and yo can boil an egg. They did it by groups. They stopped to ate their snacks. The liked it.Regards, Marcos.
I think that this school trip has been very interesting, because it teach us what we have to do to create a better world for the following generations, or even for us in the future; for example we shouldn't buy things that we want because they're cheap or that we must switch off the lights on the empty rooms. It also teach us where do the residues of our homes end and how do the recycling companies handle them.
I've learned things about energy that I didn't know and a curious one was that ever type of energy comes from the sun except the nuclear energy. We've learned how to cook without energetic energy or gas, only with solar energy. But we couldn't end our experiment because of the weather, it wasn't very sunny, so I hope that when spring comes we can finish the experiment cooking something delicious.By Isabel Rodríguez.