Recycling
Science Fair Projects
Ideas and Sample Projects by Grade Level


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Primary School - Grades K-3
P=Project   E=Experiment
Does recycled paper break down faster than new paper? [E]
Recycle Discarded Automobile Tires and Create Gardening Sites for Limited Space Areas [E]
Recycling Background and Experiments
Waste Management Science Fair Projects and Experiments
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Elementary School - Grades 4-6
P=Project   E=Experiment
Research recycling paper and making it at home. [E] [P]
Recycling Background and Experiments
Waste Management Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Waste-to-Energy Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Middle School - Grades 7-9
P=Project   E=Experiment
Restoring balance to our marine habitats by oyster shell recycling [E]
Turning household kitchen waste into useful garbage enzymes [E]
Aluminium recycling [P]
Recycling Greywater: Can Plants Tolerate It? [E]
Make your own paper, test it, and rate its quality, using either recycled paper or plant fibers as the source material. [E] [E]
Used coffee grinds can be recycled, add value to improve plant growth and help the environment. [E]
Test electrolysis and natural condensation as a means of recycling water [E] [E]
Which kind of paper will make the best recycled paper? [E] [P]
Investigate the compression, reuse, and recycling of Styrofoam. [P]
Learn if extreme climatic temperature changes would affect the bounce height and pressure of basketballs and if a recycled ball would perform as well as a synthetic or rubber basketball. [E]
Find the best way to recycle urine so the astronauts would be able to have water without costing the space station a lot of money and cargo weight. [E]
Recycling Background and Experiments
Waste Management Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Waste-to-Energy Science Fair Projects and Experiments
High School - Grades 10-12
P=Project   E=Experiment
Styrofoam recycling with limonene [P] [P]
Determine the practicality of using warm shower drain water to preheat the cold water supply through a submersive heat exchanger, thereby reducing the amount of hot water needed and thus saving energy. [E]
Using plants to recycle fish ammonia [E]
Determine whether or not recycled (reclaimed) water would harm California native plant species. [E]
Investigate education and awareness as determinants of recycling behavior. [P]
Fibre-reinforced cellulose acetate composites, which can be made completely out of waste materials and replace current plastics. [P]
Recycling Background and Experiments
Waste Management Science Fair Projects and Experiments
Waste-to-Energy Science Fair Projects and Experiments
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