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Recycle/Reuse: Utilizing New Technology

International Technology Education Association Annual Meeting,


In the early 1990s, efforts were initiated to help countries move toward a solution of the global pollution problem. Technology education classrooms and laboratories are among the best places for bring the concepts of recycling/reuse and waste management to students' attention. Important concepts about pollution, waste prevention, and recycling can be taught as stand-alone units or dovetailed into units on construction, manufacturing, energy, and transportation. Technology teachers can obtain a wealth of information about recycling, waste management, and environmental education from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the International Technology Education Association; and the Internet. (Contains 32 references and a list of 11 Internet sites providing activities focusing on recycling/reuse and energy savings.) (MN)


Vaglia, J.S. (1998). Recycle/Reuse: Utilizing New Technology. Presented at International Technology Education Association Annual Meeting 1998. Retrieved April 20, 2019 from .

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