Decomp

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  • stryofoam

    stryofoam
    Stryofoam is a light resilient foam of polystyrene. The stryfoam cup will decompose very slowly. Some people say it might take over 500 years. You can always reuse stryfoam. I think the styrafoam will not decompose till along time. We used a shovel to burry them and we used stakes to make the place where we burried them and the catuion tape to keep people out.
  • Weather Data week of jan. 6-8

    Weather Data week of jan. 6-8
    Temp: Low was 26
    High: 61
    Windchill: Low:8 High:36
    Windspeed: 8-30 mph
  • Weather Data jan. 9-15

    Weather Data jan. 9-15
    Temp: Low:15 High:37
    Windchill: Low:3 High:29
    Windspeed: 4-29 mph.
  • Weather Data: Jan 16-22

    Weather Data: Jan 16-22
    Temp: Low:16 High:33
    Windchill: Low:9 High:27
    Windspeed: 5-21 mph.
  • Weather Jan. 23-29

    Weather  Jan. 23-29
    Temp:Low: 31 High:66
    Windchill: Low: 9 High: 35
    Windspeed: 3-21 mph.
  • Jan 30 - Feb 5.

    Jan 30 - Feb 5.
    Temp: High: 52 Low: 4
    Windspeed: Low: 4 mph High: 31mph
    Windchill:43 degrees
    On Febuary 4th we had recieved 1.20 inches of snow.
  • Aluminum Foil

    Aluminum Foil
    Aluminum foil is foil made of aluminum. It takes Aluminum Foil to decompose a very long time. You can always reuse it. Hypothesis I think this item will not decompose till a very very long time. We used shovels to burry them and we used stakes to place the mark where we burried them also we use caution tape to keep people out
  • Feb. 6-12

    Feb. 6-12
    Temp: Low:6 High: 12
    Windchill: Low:13 High:39
    Windspeed: Low:5 High:19
  • Feb. 13-19

    Feb. 13-19
    Temp: High:80 Low: 22
    Windchill: High:69 Low: 50
    Windspeed: High: 16 Low: 8
  • Sunchip Bag

    Sunchip Bag
    It will take about 12-14 weeks for a Sunschip bag to decompose. The sunchip bad desenegrates so it will not be recycled. I think the sunchip bag will take just a few weeks to decompose. Also what we use is a shovel to burry them and stkes to mark the place where we burried them and a caution tape to keep people out.
  • Regular Chips bag

    Regular Chips bag
    it takes 12-16 weeks to decompose. It takes usually 5% to be recycled. I think the regular chips bag will take less then a sun chip bag to decompose. We used a shovel to burry them a stake to mark the spots where we burried them and the caution tape to keep people out.
  • Hypothesis

    Hypothesis
    I think paper would decompose first.
  • Weather Feb. 20-26

     Weather Feb. 20-26
    Temp: Low:26 High: 73
    Windchill: Low:33 High: 67
    Windspeed: Low:9 High: 18
  • Weather feb. 27- March 6

    Weather feb. 27- March 6
    Temp: Low: 9 High:18
    Windchill: Low:39 High:62
    Windspeed: Low:9 High:18
  • Apple

    Apple
    After you eat an apple you can throw the core into your garden to make the soil heathly. An apple takes about 2 months to decompose. So I think it would take a couple of months. We used a shovel too burry them and a stakes to mark where i burried them and caution tape so people will stay out.
  • Paper

    Paper
    You can recycle most paper, including white office paper, newspaper and mixed-color paper, through a local curbside recycling program. It takes paper 2-4 months for it to decompose. So i would think it would take a couple of months. We used a shovel to burry these supplies and stakes to mark the places where they are burried and a caution tape to keep people out.
  • Cotton

    Cotton
    Cottons are made of one kind of plant. The plant grows things and the people take the things away to make cotton.
    It is probably possible, and by that i mean you can make a pillow out of it you can make stuffed animals out of it you can make all kinds of things so i would say yes you can recycle cotton! It takes cotton about 5 months for cotton to decompose. So I would say it woukd take up to a couple of months to decompose the cotton. We used a shovel to burry them stakes to mark the places
  • Cotton Continued

    Cotton Continued
    where we burried them and caution tape so people will keep out.
  • Conclusion- Styrafoam

    Conclusion- Styrafoam
    The date we unbarried them was on March,7. I think the styrafoam did not decompose at all but it is crumpled and tor in little pieces.
  • conclusion Aluminum Foil

    conclusion Aluminum Foil
    We unburried them on March,7. I think the aluminum foil did not decompose at all. The foil had no damage at all.
  • Conclusion- Sunchip bag

    Conclusion- Sunchip bag
    We unbarried this on March,7. Sunschips bag did not decompose at all. But pieces were ripped off.
  • Regular Chips Bag

    Regular Chips Bag
    We unbarried this on March,7. The regular chips bag did not decompose at all. The regular chips bag had no damage at all.
  • Conclusion- Apple

     Conclusion- Apple
    We unbarried this on March,7. The apple decomposed alot! The damage was that the apple was rotted and soggy.
  • Conclusion- Cotton

    Conclusion- Cotton
    We unbarried this on March,7. The cotton did not decompose that much at all. There was no damage on the cotton either.
  • Conclusion - Paper

     Conclusion - Paper
    We unbarried this on March,7. I think the paper decomposed alot an estimate would probally 80%. Paper decomposed th most. The damage to the paper that it was tore into pieces.
  • Conclusion - Orange

    Conclusion - Orange
    We unbarried this on March,7. The orange did decompose a little bit in was still in the process of decomposing. The damage was it was pink and a little red.