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Waste classification

Slide Content

The slide presents an overview of four different types of waste, each depicted with a corresponding icon and label: Carcinogen, represented by an icon of a toxic hazard; Threat to surface water and soil, shown as a water droplet and leaf indicative of environmental hazards; Explosive, symbolized with an explosion graphic; and Electronic waste/e-waste, illustrated with a power plug and electronic device symbol. These categories highlight the various forms of hazardous waste that require special handling.

Graphical Look

  • The slide has a dark blue background.
  • There are four large, circular icons arranged horizontally across the top half of the slide.
  • Each icon is colored similarly with white and a shade of blue, encased within a darker blue circle.
  • Below each icon, there is a text label in white, corresponding to the type of waste.
  • The bottom half of the slide has two sections with the same icons in smaller sizes: 'Dark background versions' on the left side, and 'Fully editable & automatically adjusting to color schema' on the right side.
  • The left section shows the icons on a dark blue background with white outlines, while the right section shows the icons on an orange background with white outlines.
  • The icons and text in the bottom right corner are displayed inverted compared to the dark blue background, suggesting a change in theme or that they are editable variants.

The slide is highly visual with a clean and modern design that uses color contrast to enhance readability and visual interest.

Use Cases

  • Presenting waste management strategies in environmental health and safety (EHS) programs.
  • Educating employees about proper waste disposal procedures during onboarding or training workshops.
  • As part of a proposal for waste classification systems presented to municipal or government bodies.
  • In public awareness campaigns highlighting the importance of segregating waste according to its potential hazards.

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