South Africa
Recycling to save water, carbon and more.. .
Posted by Amanzimtoti Primary, South Africa on 16 March 2020
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2020 continues to be a busy year with regard to recycling - each class has a paper recycling bin which is cleared by the Enviroclub team on a biweekly basis, provided the Impact company has emptied the bins for us.

We are also collecting coldrink bottle tops and bread bag tags as a school to send to Sue Martin. She works for the Quadriplegic Association of South Africa (QASA.) Funds from these items are used to purchase wheelchairs for those who desperately need them. We plan to deliver our first consignment shortly and will have Sue along to spread the word to our school children about the value of this project to gather more support.

We will continue to support the Indwe Youth programme with their requests of yoghurt cartons, bread bags and other items of repurposed waste that they use in their education programme using the Montessori method.

Egg boxes are used to support our worm farm health as well as a water retention base for seedlings

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