Ӣ

Ѷ

ǰλãz6778z6.com >> Ӣ >> PETS >> Ķָ >> 2020깫ӢĶϰ

2020깫ӢĶϰ

Դz6778z6.com   2020-09-11 С

In many urban centers throughout the world, vibrant waste recycling programs arent just eco-minded niceties, but they serve an essential role in keeping communities clean and clutter-free. But thanks to one forward-thinking initiative in the Brazilian city of Jundia, trading in trash has never been tastier.

Ten years ago, the citys Municipal Utilities Department launched Delicious Recycling, a program aimed at encouraging residents to get into the habit of collecting recyclable waste in exchange for fresh vegetables, grown locally in a public-run garden and boy did it take off. Today, the garden boasts more than 30 thousand plants to meet the demand of thousands of veggie-loving recyclers, turning aluminum cans and plastic bottles into edible greens.

Ultimately, the program has done wonders for the health of the environment as well, by ridding the city of improperly disposed waste.

What once cluttered and even choked the flow of water from storm drains is today used as currency for healthy food, local mayor Miguel Haddad tells Jundia Online. Everybody wins with this.

As innovative as Jundias Delicious Recycling may seem, its actually not the first of its kind, but given the programs success, its no wonder why though a number of other Brazilian municipalities offer similar incentives to reward recyclers with food, the idea seems to be catching internationally like in Mexico City, where residents recently exchanged trash for nearly three tons of vegetables!

1. Waste recycling programs ( )

A. are paid little attention to in many urban centers.

B. help make communities clean and tidy.

C. have nothing to do with the sanitation of communities.

D. are inactive in many urban centers.

2. The purpose of Delicious Recycling is ( )

A. to teach residents how to make delicious food.

B. to reward residents who do well in classifying rubbish.

C. to encourage residents to trade recyclable waste for meat or vegetables.

D. to encourage residents to trade recyclable waste for vegetables.

3. According to local mayor Miguel Haddad, ( )

A. water in storm drains is flowing more freely than before because the trash in it has been removed.

B. water in storm drains can be exchanged for healthy food.

C. water in storm drains is essential to the growing of fresh vegetables.

D. there is more trash in storm drains now than there used to be.

4. What can be inferred from the last paragraph?

A. Delicious Recycling has failed to achieve the desired result.

B. There are no waste recycling programs in other Brazilian municipalities.

C. Mexico City is probably imitating Jundias Delicious Recycling.

D. Waste recycling programs in other Brazilian municipalities are more successful than Jundias Delicious Recycling.

ο𰸣

1. B

ݵһεһ仰֪շڱɾķ𵽹ؼãѡB

2. D

ݵڶεһ仰(Ten years ago,)֪ζĻռƻּڹռɻԽ߲ˣѡD

3. A

ݵĶ(What once cluttered)֪ˮˮڱɽʳƷĻңѡA

4. C

һο֪ζĻռƻܳɹڹϺ(catching internationally)īǺпЧ˸÷ѡC

ȵƼ

ӢȼPETS1-PETS5ģܣ680ף

⣿빫ӢȺ535346739 רҵʦṩָ֤ͨԺͿһ

ȡ֤ȵ㣺2020깫ӢﲻäĿУŶӾĴͨײͰ࣬ѵ֣Ͽͨ!2020깫ӢײͰǿƳʦר˵дȲʱ>>γ

12
ࣺwzj123