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  Environment
Updated 23 August 2002, 17.48
Forest in South America

 
How many glass bottles and jars do we use each year?
  A: 1 billion
  B: 4 billion
  C: 6 billion
How many double decker buses would be filled up by the amount of waste paper we bury in a year?
  A: 52,050
  B: 103,448
  C: 249,275
How big would the forest need to be if we grew all the trees we need for paper in Britain?
  A: As big as Wales
  B: As big as Scotland
  C: As big as Italy
How many nappies does an average child use in its lifetime?
  A: 3,870
  B: 5,850
  C: 7,515
How much banana skins worth of organic waste matter do we throw away each year?
  A: 200
  B: 1077
  C: 2500


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