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  • The 6 R's
    • Refuse - this means not accepting things that are not the best option for the environment. For example, is the packaging really needed?
      • REFUSE - to buy materials and products that are unsustainable.
    • Reuse - could the product have another use? Could its parts be used in other products? Is this information clearly communicated on the product? This will extend its life.
      • REUSE - the product for something else so you don't need to throw it away.
    • Repair - is the product easy to repair? This will extend its life.
      • REPAIR - the product so you don't need to throw it away.
    • Reduce -is it possible to reduce the amount of materials used? This will help to protect valuable resources.
      • REDUCE - the amount of energy and materials used to manufacture a product
  • Rethink - is there a better way to solve this problem that is less damaging to the environment?
    • The 6 R's
      • Refuse - this means not accepting things that are not the best option for the environment. For example, is the packaging really needed?
        • REFUSE - to buy materials and products that are unsustainable.
      • Reuse - could the product have another use? Could its parts be used in other products? Is this information clearly communicated on the product? This will extend its life.
        • REUSE - the product for something else so you don't need to throw it away.
      • Repair - is the product easy to repair? This will extend its life.
        • REPAIR - the product so you don't need to throw it away.
      • Reduce -is it possible to reduce the amount of materials used? This will help to protect valuable resources.
        • REDUCE - the amount of energy and materials used to manufacture a product
    • RETHINK - our current lifestyles and the way we design and make.
  • Recycle - could recycled materials be used, or is the product made from materials that are easy to recycle?
    • RECYCLE - finally take the product apart and categorise the parts ready for being converted into another product. This uses a lot of energy.
  • RECYCLE - finally take the product apart and categorise the parts ready for being converted into another product. This uses a lot of energy.

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Dr Moe Lester

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