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Waste by composition

Slide Content

The slide presents various types of waste categorized by material composition: Glass, Metals, and Plastics. Each category is represented by an icon: a bottle for Glass, a can for Metals, and a composite bottle for Plastics, signifying the common waste forms of these materials. The icons appear in two versions for different background contrasts, indicating the slide's adaptability for different visual presentations. The slide underscores the important aspect of waste management which is the separation and categorization of waste by material types.

Graphical Look

  • Three large circles in a row, each containing an icon and a text label.
  • The first circle has a glass bottle icon labeled "Glass".
  • The second circle has a metal can icon labeled "Metals".
  • The third circle has a plastic bottle icon labeled "Plastics".
  • Each circle has a solid, dark background, making the white icons stand out.
  • Below each large circle, there is a corresponding smaller icon on a light background.
  • A color palette shown on the right implies customizable color schemes for the icons.
  • A header text "Waste by composition" sits above the circles.
  • A title "Dark backgrounds versions" appears above the smaller icons on the left.
  • A title "Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema" appears above the color palette strip on the right.

The slide uses a clean and straightforward design with a limited color palette emphasizing clarity and readability. The icons are simple yet effectively communicate the types of materials related to waste management.

Use Cases

  • Presenting recycling strategies and waste segregation guidelines in environmental awareness workshops.
  • In a corporate sustainability report, illustrating the different materials the company recycles.
  • During a municipal council meeting, discussing improvements to local waste management systems.
  • In an educational context, teaching students about the importance of sorting waste by type for proper recycling.

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