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Biotechnology Stephanie Wheeler
Biodegradable • When something is biodegradable It must be able to be broken down in to its natural elements and must be absorbed by the environment. • Most will break down in to: • Simple organisms • Carbon • Fungi • Oxygen • H2O • Being researched in Japan
Methane Gas as an Energy Source • The Methane Gas that is produced by cars, trains, and humans ect. We also produce the most methane gas when we eat, drink, ect. because when we make trash it goes to the landfill and that’s where the most of the energy is formed. We can use that gas to make energy. • Being researched in USA
Plastic products made from cron • Products made from corn is like recycled products because there made from the earths as long as we keep corn growing we will have them. • Produced in Texas, Arlington
Enviro-pig • The Enviro-pig is suppose to be good in theory but the government thinks its not because the cells and stuff like that has been changed and its not healthy but there is only like 50-100 Enviro-pigs. • Researched in canada, and in the United States
Composting • Composting allows decomposed materials to be reused as a nutritious supplement for your garden, lawn, and house plants. • A variety of materials may be used for composting, including leaves, grass, weeds, and some kitchen scraps. • Compost is being researched in the USA, China, and Asia
questions • What dose Biodegradable mean? • Where dose methane gas come from? • How is corn plastic recycled? • Why cant we eat enviro-pigs? • What makes compost?
The end By Stephanie Wheeler