Making Eco-Friendly Material From Natural Waste
Sara Laderas
Britannia Secondary
Floor Location : 010604

How can waste/debris from trees help the environment?

If we collect scattered twigs/branches found on neighborhood backyards/parks, and turn them into useful products, then we minimize the cutting of trees and aid in the cleanliness of the environment.

The experiment use salvaged twigs, branches, miter saw, glue and cardboard. Cut branches were glued together and arranged in a cardboard box.

The finished boxes were compared with Asian made boxes. The quality of the other products broke while my box was durable.

Recycled wooden products help the environment preserve some trees and minimize load of garbage on landfills.