Go Green, Go Clean Answers.


1. The linear economy model is ::

A. Make.Use.Dispose step plan.

B. An economic model where you line all items in a row and pay      for them.

C.  An economic model that values the maximization of products       produced and sold.

D. a&c

2.  The circular economy is different from the linear model because ::

A.  It is a circle and not a line.

B.  An economic model that values reuse by keeping materials        in the supply chain as opposed to discarding them.

C. There are no differencds in the two models.

D. a&b

3. Solid Waste Services recommends managing your waste by practicing one or any combination of which four waste management strategies ::

A. Buy.Use.Reuse. Dispose.

B. Reduce.Reuse.Recycle.Compost.

C. Reduce.Reuse.Recycle.Upcycle.

D. Reuse.Upcycle.Recycle.Compost.

4. Which of the following are ways you can reduce your food waste ::

A.  Cook/eat the entire vegetable or fruit and eat more fresh fruits and veggies instead of processed food.

B.   Avoiding buying bulk promotion food packs.

C.  Composting food waste at home or through a community-based program.

D.  All of the above

5. True or false :: Cleaning your refrigerator and/or pantry before going to the grocery store is a way to reduce your food waste.

6.  True or false :: Composting offers benefits for the environment and humans?

7.   True or false :: Upcycling is different from recycling because upcycling uses whole parts of the former product and the resulting product is of a higher value.

8.  True or false :: Reuse is the same as recycling.

9.  True or false :: Plastic is the found in household garbage more than any other material.

10. True or false :: The City of Charlotte Solid Waste Services hosts a six-week challenge to help you learn how to reduce your food waste. They do this because food waste mixed with other waste causes methane gas, which has a negative impact on your health and the environment.