Pre-Survey: Zero Waste Students
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What are some of the benefits of plastic?
What are some of the disadvantages or issues with using plastic?
I am concerned about plastic pollution.
Not at all
The average American produces ______ trash.
What is the natural resource that is used to make plastic?
How long does the natural resource that goes into making plastic take to be created?
Plastic is a _________________ resource.
What does the symbol on the plastic container below mean?
It is recyclable.
It has been recycled 5 times.
It can be recycled 5 times.
It is the type of material that was used to make the container. It does not necessarily mean it can be recycled.
How many plastic straws are used in the United States?
500,000 in a month
500,000 in a year
500,000,000 in a day
500,000,000 in a year
How long does it take plastic to break down in the environment in a way that can be used by other life forms?
It is predicted that there will be more plastic than fish (by weight) in the ocean
in 2 years.
in 10 years.
Lunch habits (click all that apply):
I get hot lunch and I bring my own utensils and cloth napkin.
I get hot lunch and I use the utensils and paper napkins supplied by the school.
When I bring lunch to school, some of the items are packed in single use containers, such as juice packs, apple sauce, yogurt, and chip bags.
When I bring lunch to school, all of the items are in reusable containers.
My snacks usually have single use plastic (such as a wrapper or plastic bag or juice container)
1-2 times per week
3-4 times per week
Drinks (Check all that apply):
I drink bottled water.
I drink single serve energy, sports drinks, or juice that comes in disposable containers.
I carry a reusable water bottle.
I drink juice in a reusable water bottle.
At home (Check all that apply):
We have a compost bin.
We have a worm bin.
We use the municipal green bin for yard and/or food scraps.
We do not compost anything.
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