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本文由 Ivy Yeung =) 在 2012-08-10 發表於 "TVNews Student Forum" 討論區

  1. Ivy Yeung =)

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    1. Have you helped in cleaning up the plastic pellets in the beaches?

    2. If yes, where have you been? Do you enjoy the progress?

    3. Think for a creative solution for this issue.

    4. Will you do more to protect the environment? How?



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    #1 Ivy Yeung =), 2012-08-10
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    1. No, I haven't.
    2. If yes, I think I will go to the Lamma Island since there's still many plastic pellets in the beach of Lamma Island.
    3. May be we can use a Vacuum cleaner to clean up the plastic pellets and sand which are in the beaches.
    4. I will do more to protect the environment, at least I will put the garbage into the recycling bins advisably.
     
    #2 nickname-pts-412752, 2012-08-11
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    If a vacuum cleaner is used, will the sand be blown it too?
     
    #3 。糖。, 2012-08-13
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    If a vacuum cleaner is used, will the sand be blown in too?
     
    #4 。糖。, 2012-08-13
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    If a vacuum cleaner is used, will the sand be blown in too?
     
    #5 。糖。, 2012-08-13
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    If a vacuum cleaner is used, will the sand be blown in too?
     
    #6 。糖。, 2012-08-13
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    If a vacuum cleaner is used, will the sand be blown in too?
     
    #7 。糖。, 2012-08-13
  8. siulunting

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    It will, as the vacuum has a strong suction, and the sand is smaller than the pellet, thus the sand will just like the pellet, being suck into the vacuum cleaner.
    3. Make a huge net using nanotechnology, and use it to pick up pellets which flow on the sea surface.
    4. Definitely!
    -Recycle paper, aluminium cans, plastic bottles, glass bottles and batteries,i.e. anything that can be recycled
    -Wear old clothes until they are totally worn out and cannot be repaired
    -Switch off electic appliances when they are not in use
    -When you eat out, order appropriate amount of food, and left nothing on the plate!!!
    -Don't use disposable utensils,e.g. plastic forks and spoons if you can, because they are difficult to decompose and contaminate soil and water.
    There are more tips on protecting the environment. You can search them on green groups' websites.:D
     
    #8 siulunting, 2012-08-14