Examples of biodegradble things are paper, cotton, human and solid waste. When disposed, biodegradable materials are broken down by microorganisms and other living things in a reasonable time period. More »

Non-biodegradable products include plastic products, metal products, construction waste and electronics. Non-biodegradable products are items that cannot decay or be broken down by living organisms. For example, water bo... More »

Biodegradable substances are those materials or products that are able to naturally break down or decompose without causing any harm to the environment. Nonbiodegradable substances, on the other hand, are those substance... More »

Examples of naturally formed solid structures include glass, salt, ice and coral reefs. These are produced by minerals subjected to heat or compression, water exposed to extremely low temperatures, and as a residual feat... More »

Examples of natural resources include air, water, soil, plants, animals, raw materials, space, land, wind and energy. Natural resources come from the environment and are not man-made. Some are essential for survival, whi... More »

Algodon is simply the Spanish word for cotton. It is used for both the plant and the fabric made from it, similar to the English word cotton. More »

While cotton offers several advantages, it is not wrinkle resistant, dries slowly, fades in sunlight and shrinks. Cotton is a natural fiber that grows on plants. Ginning cotton removes the seeds from the fibers, so it is... More »