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Animal and Vegetal Wastes, Mineral Wastes and Paper Icons
from deck Ecology icons: Waste types, treatment and waste prevention (flat PPT clipart)

Waste by composition

Slide Content

The slide titled "Waste by composition" categorizes waste into three types, each represented by an emblematic icon. "Animal and vegetal wastes" may refer to organic waste from food or agricultural sources. "Mineral and solidified wastes" likely describe waste composed of inorganic or non-biodegradable materials. "Paper & paperboard" indicates waste generated from products like newspapers, packaging, and cardboard, emphasizing the significant volume of paper-based waste.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is a slightly gradient white to soft blue.
  • Three circular icons are distributed horizontally across the slide, with a consistent color scheme of navy blue on a lighter blue circle backdrop.
  • Each circular icon has an image representing a category of waste: a fish skeleton for "Animal and vegetal wastes," a garbage can with wheels for "Mineral and solidified wastes," and a printer or copier symbol for "Paper & paperboard."
  • Below each icon is a dark blue text label naming the waste category the icon represents.
  • There is a thematic consistency in design and layout of the icons and text, placed centrally within a gentle diagonal white to gray curvilinear stripe.
  • In the slide's lower section, a version of each icon is displayed against a dark background, marked as "Dark backgrounds versions."
  • To the right of the dark icons, there's a label that reads "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema," presented in white text on a warm orange-grey rectangle.

The slide has a professional and modern feel with a simple, clean design. The icons are visually clear and directly convey the concept of different types of waste.

Use Cases

  • This slide could be used in environmental presentations to provide an overview of various waste categories and challenges.
  • It may serve in business settings to analyze the types of waste produced by a company and to discuss waste management strategies.
  • Suitable for educational purposes, to teach about the importance of sorting and recycling waste according to its composition.
  • Can be employed in policy-making or advocacy presentations aiming to raise awareness or propose regulations for waste treatment and reduction.

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