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Pollution Vocab Card

Pollution Vocab Cards

Natural resource Material on Earth that is necessary or useful to people
Renewable resource A resource that can be replaced or used over and over again
Nonrenewable resource A resource that cannot be reused or replaced easily
Reduce Use less of somethingReuse
Reuse Use something again and again
Recycle Treat something so that it can be used again
Air pollution When harmful substances get into the air and it harmful to humans and animals to breathe.
Conservation To save, protect, take care of, or use Earth’s resources wisely without wasting
Land pollution Pollution that builds up on the ground and land of Earth
Pollution The adding of harmful substances to the air, water, or land
decompose To break up into parts or rot
biodegradable Capable of being broken down by the action of living things
Littering Throwing trash or items on the ground
Water Pollution Unwanted waste or chemicals that flow into streams, rivers, lakes, ponds, or oceans
Noise Pollution an unwanted, loud sound that disturbs the environment
Created by: angieskinner