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Test Your Eco-Knowledge #1


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Test Your Eco-Knowledge #1


How good are your eco-smarts? Let's find out!

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Question 1


Question 1


What percentage of seafood is imported in the U.S.?

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Question 2


Question 2


The electric bill of an average US home is equivalent to the annual cost of which of the following?

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Question 3


Question 3


Which of the below can increase your savings from conserving water?

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Did you know?


Installing a $70 high-efficiency pre-rinse spray valve in your dishroom can save more than $300 each year over the the valve's life.

Did you know?


Installing a $70 high-efficiency pre-rinse spray valve in your dishroom can save more than $300 each year over the the valve's life.

Learn more at Restaurant.org/Conserve

 
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Question 4


Question 4


Approximately how many gallons of water is required to produce one pound of beef? 

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Question 5


Question 5


In his or her lifetime, the average American will personally throw away ____ times his or her body weight in the landfill?

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 According to EPA, in 2012 Americans generated 4.38 pounds of trash per day per person, averaging 600 times a person's body weight in a lifetime!

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