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Waste Compositions - Textiles, Wood, Yard Trimmings
from deck Ecology icons: Waste types, treatment and waste prevention (flat PPT clipart)

Waste by composition

Slide Content

The slide titled "Waste by composition" presents three types of waste categories: Rubber, leather & textiles; Wood; and Yard trimmings. For each category, there is an associated icon—a shoe for rubber, leather & textiles which signifies waste materials coming from these durable goods; a container for wood indicating construction or wood-based waste; and a plant leaf for yard trimmings representing organic waste from gardening or landscaping activities.

Graphical Look

  • Title of the slide is in the uppermost part, with a large, bold font.
  • Three circular icons are displayed horizontally across the slide, each encircled by a solid line.
  • Below each icon, there is a label describing the category of waste.
  • Icons represent a shoe, a trash container, and a plant leaf to pictorially represent the types of waste.
  • The color palette uses two main colors: dark blue for the circle background and white for the icons and text.
  • At the bottom of the slide, there is a divider with text indicating the icons are adaptable to "Dark backgrounds versions."
  • Additional icons are presented beneath the divider with the same symbols in white against a dark backdrop, and the color scheme is reversed for the last set, showcasing adaptability.

The slide uses flat design icons with a simple color scheme for a modern and clean visual presentation. The repetition of each icon in multiple color schemes beneath the divider highlights the versatility of the icons for different slide backgrounds.

Use Cases

  • Presenting waste management strategies during an environmental or sustainability report.
  • Educating audiences on types of waste for recycling awareness programs.
  • Illustrating the composition of waste in a municipal or corporate waste reduction presentation.
  • Providing a visual breakdown in an academic lecture on environmental studies concerning waste categorization.

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