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Sources of Waste - Household, Construction and Municipal
from deck Ecology icons: Waste types, treatment and waste prevention (flat PPT clipart)

Source of waste

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide presents "Source of Waste" as its central theme, featuring three categories: Household, Construction/Demolition, and City/Municipal. Each category is represented by an icon reflecting its sector: a house for Household waste generally consisting of everyday items discarded by individuals; construction machinery for Construction/Demolition waste which involves materials from the building process or demolition of structures; and city buildings for City/Municipal waste referring to waste managed by local governments, such as street cleaning and public facilities.

Graphical Look

  • Title is in a large, bold font at the top of the slide.
  • Three circular icons, each with a blue background and a white pictogram: a house, construction machinery, and city buildings representing different sources of waste.
  • Below each circular icon is a label describing the icon's category, with matching font and color to ensure consistency.
  • Icon labels: "Household," "Construction / Demolition," "City / Municipal," each providing a concise explanation of the waste source.
  • A smaller section at the bottom introduces the same icons in alternative color schemes ("Dark backgrounds versions") and states that these are "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema."
  • The slide uses a gradient grayish background that lightens towards the bottom.

The overall look of the slide is professional and clean, using a limited color palette for clarity. The icons are designed for easy understanding and are consistent in style.

Use Cases

  • To educate about different types of waste management challenges in environmental presentations.
  • Within corporate social responsibility (CSR) reports to illustrate a company's waste reduction efforts.
  • For governmental or nonprofit presentations on sustainable practices or urban planning.
  • During academic lectures on environmental science or waste management courses.

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