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[[Recycling]] one gallon of paint could save 13 gallons of [[water]], 1 quart of oil, and 250,000 gallons of [[water pollution]], 13.74 pounds of {{CO2}}, 1 acre of [[land pollution]], save enough energy to power the average home for 3 hours, or cook 6 meals in a microwave oven, or blow dry someone's hair 27 times
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[[Recycling]] one gallon of paint could save 13 gallons of [[water]], 1 quart of [[oil]], and 250,000 gallons of [[water pollution]], 20/3 pounds of {{CO2}}, 1 acre of [[land pollution]], 725,000/21 btus of Energy, 1/3 gallons of [[gasoline]], save enough energy to power the average home for 3 hours, or cook 6 meals in a microwave oven, or blow dry someone's hair 27 times
   
 
Recycling one liter of paint can save 13 liters of {{water}}, 25 centiliters of oil, a 250 cubic meter lake from being polluted, 19/6 kWh of energy, 19/42 pounds of {{aluminum}}
 
Recycling one liter of paint can save 13 liters of {{water}}, 25 centiliters of oil, a 250 cubic meter lake from being polluted, 19/6 kWh of energy, 19/42 pounds of {{aluminum}}

Latest revision as of 16:30, 16 November 2017

Recycling one gallon of paint could save 13 gallons of water, 1 quart of oil, and 250,000 gallons of water pollution, 20/3 pounds of CO2, 1 acre of land pollution, 725,000/21 btus of Energy, 1/3 gallons of gasoline, save enough energy to power the average home for 3 hours, or cook 6 meals in a microwave oven, or blow dry someone's hair 27 times

Recycling one liter of paint can save 13 liters of H2O, 25 centiliters of oil, a 250 cubic meter lake from being polluted, 19/6 kWh of energy, 19/42 pounds of Al