IELTS Task 1 Academic: Recycling Aluminum Cans.

The flow chart below shows the process of recycling aluminum cans. 

Write a report describing the information shown below.

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20 minutes, 150 words at least.

Answer:

The given flow chart presents the cycle of recycling used aluminum cans to produce new cans.

Firstly, the garbage collectors gather the used empty beverage cans from schools, homes, and parks, and transport them to the scrap dealers and recycling centers. These cans are then crushed and flattened to create bales, which are further crushed to small aluminum chips.

Afterward, the chips are fed into a furnace and heated at a mild temperature to remove paints and coatings. The aluminum without any paint or coating is then heated at 350 degree Celsius and the molten metal is cast into the ingots for appropriate shape. These are then hot and cold rolled in a sheet compressor and roller to manufacture thin aluminum sheets.

The aluminum sheets are finally cut and molded into new aluminum cans. These cans are then used and again collected by garbage collectors.

145 words.

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5 Comments

      1. simi

        Thank you sir…… one more question I want to ask from you if you don’t mind
        sir can we use x-axis or y-axis rule in Bar and in Table chart ? is it important for higher bands scores

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