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    they decay of what?
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    (Original post by Habina786xx)
    I really really need help on this topic as i have a exam coming up, i tried bbc bitesize... Didnt work.
    My exam board js AQA
    Decay - this is by micro-organism, such as Detitus Feeders, who break down waste material. They also respire which releases Carbon dioxide. In addition to this, they die and enrich the soil with organic matter (tantamount to leaf fall)
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    Decay - this is by micro-organism, such as Detitus Feeders, who break down waste material. They also respire which releases Carbon dioxide. In addition to this, they die and enrich the soil with organic matter (tantamount to leaf fall)
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    If you want answering, just say there is no correlation/pattern in the set of results. An advantage of a new fridge is that it would be more efficient and thus last longer however it would then be released at an waste-site which would thus transfer e-waste (toxic chemicals) to the soil or need's to be transported and thus would emit co2 emissions.
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