COMPLETED PROJECTS
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Our work has resulted in improved recycling rates and a reduction of plastic waste generated in project areas in the UK and Romania.

With Sibiu County Council: Un Viitor fara Gunoi Sibiu project co-financed by the Consiliul Judetean Sibiu through the community agenda 

Un Viitor fara Gunoi 

Sibiu

"First of all, this project has had a positive impact on the students of our school. They mobilized and brought recyclable material to school, helped by other family members, grandparents, older brothers and this gained the appreciation and admiration of everyone. The greatest satisfaction I had when one of the girls said she was not interested in the prize, but she was happy to save those trees from being cut."

quote from a teacher involved in the project.

In 2019, to celebrate 100 years of Romania, our project Un Viitor fara Gunoi Sibiu organised “100 days of recycling, correct separation and collection” of paper and cardboard in 3 schools from Sibiu County. Pupils collected four tonnes of paper and saved approximately 70 trees from being cut.

A video of the project can be viewed here (Romanian version) and here (English version). 

With Westminster council: #MyWestminster

Throughout 2019, the reduce and recycle #MyWestminster funded project “A Future without Rubbish”, educated 500-700 Westminster residents about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), waste reduction which resulted in improved recycling rates for Westminster Council and a reduced public space littering.

The A Future without Rubbish project had 100 pupils taking part, through its school assemblies that focused on waste reduction and environmental protection, and its whole class activities and competitions. Creative activities - Transforming Trash into Treasure (TrTrTr) by recycling toilet rollsplastic water bottles and other household products. 

Transforming Trash into Treasure

(TrTrTr)

Materials needed to turn your toilet roll into a fantastic recycled owl:

  • Toilet roll

  • Ruler

  • Felt tips

  • Sharpies/pastels/colouring pencils

  • (optional) Sustainable glue

  • (optional) Sustainable sequins/ eco glitter

With Prejmer Council and School 

In 2019, to celebrate 100 years of Romania, our project Un Viitor fara Gunoi Sibiu organised “100 days of recycling, correct separation and collection” of paper and cardboard in 3 schools from Sibiu County. Pupils collected four tonnes of paper and saved approximately 70 trees from being cut.

A video of the project can be viewed here (Romanian version) and here (English version). 

Un Viitor fara Gunoi 

Prejmer Council and School

"The Un Viitor fara Gunoi project is an important element in the development of children's skills and attitudes towards the environment…. both at the local community level, as well as at the regional and national level”. 

Headteacher Mircea Sorin Mircea, Scoala Gimnazială Prejmer.

"I consider innovative the idea to build and develop this project with the help of local resources, Prejmer Town Hall, Gymnasium Prejmer School and SC Hidro-Sal Com SRL and I am convinced that both the Local Council and all Prejmer residents will support this project, it is so beneficial to the local community.” 

Mayor Serban Todorica Constantin

With Cisnadie Council and School

Un Viitor fara Gunoi 

Cisnadie Council and School

"The project is very important for us and for future generations, for the planet.  Congratulations."

parent of a pupil involved

in the project.

The launch event hosted talks by the EU commission, the council, Spiderman and performances by the children at the local school in front of at least 250 people: the chorus of the pupils’ self-composed anthem was in English “Hey people! Clear Public Space

The Headteacher Constanta Poplacean quoted Sir Peter Scott at the start of our project “We shan’t save all we should like to – but we shall save a great deal more than if we had never tried.”

"The project has enabled pupils to behave more responsibly and healthier towards the environment in which they live and to learn that recycling can also bring material benefits.  The paper and cardboard collection has made it possible to buy a rack for bicycles for the benefit of all school pupils.”

 Headteacher Constanta Poplacean, Scoala Gimnaziala nr.3/ Gradinita nr. 4, Cisnadie

With Axente Sever Council and School

Un Viitor fara Gunoi 

Axente Sever Council and School

"First of all, this project has had a positive impact on the students of our school. They were motivated to love, cherish and protect nature, the environment”. 

Scoala Gimnaziala Axente Sever, led by headteacher Dumitru Constantin and teacher Camelia Goga

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