Introduction, This Book is Not a Tree
1. What is the authors' point in opening the introduction by discussing common household products?
(a) Cleaning products are very dangerous in and out of the home.
(b) Commonplace objects are dangerous for children.
(c) Commonplace objects appear safe but are very dangerous once they are waste in the environment.
(d) Household objects are dangerous because they are very flammable.
2. Which product is NOT considered dangerous in the environment?
(a) Coffee grounds.
(b) A chair.
(c) A computer.
(d) Printer toner.
3. What word do the authors use as a realistic alternative to the word "recycling"?
4. What is the problem with recycling as we know it?
(a) Recycling means losing more money to better technology.
(b) Recycling means using the materials in a way they were not intended.
(c) Recycling means using inferior products.
(d) Recycling means eating old food.
5. Which statement is NOT an example of recycling as we know it?
(a) Melting old soda bottles to make new carpet.
(b) Making new backpacks out of old milk cartons.
(c) Converting old books to new printer paper.
(d) Collecting rain water for household use.
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