Receive stationery in exchange for waste

The Executive Deputy of Isfahan Municipality' Department for Waste Management announced the offering of stationery to students in dry waste collection stations.

Iran (IMNA) - Mohammad Badiee noted, "Simultaneous with reopening of schools, recycling stations throughout Isfahan donate stationery in exchange for dry waste, aiming at encouraging students to get involve in the important movement of source separation."

He considered this project as an important step in order to increase the awareness and knowledge of children and adolescents as ambassadors of transferring recycling culture to the family, and noted, "This measure boosts the participation of children and adolescents in such important movement with an eye towards waste segregation. "

"Citizens can refer to recycling stations and deliver dry waste in exchange for stationery," The Executive Deputy of Isfahan Municipality' Department for Waste Management said.

Mixed waste has a detrimental impact to the environment. Air and water pollution is the preliminary result of no source separation.

There is a growing interest for waste management through promoting the advantages of reuse and recycling approaches which requires waste segregation in the stream of waste processing.

One of the first lessons that can be taught to children is to practice what we preach. The most common example to set is to use environment friendly alternatives to disposable plastics.

Receive stationery in exchange for waste

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