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The City Council of Alhama and Ecoembes promote recycling through the EducaEnEco School Network (21/11/2017)

Thanks to the implementation of this project in different municipalities of the Region of Murcia, the schools of Alhama have joined this program promoted by Ecoembes to achieve an educational community more committed to the circular economy.

The work focuses on encouraging recycling in the day to day of certain public primary schools in the region involving the entire educational community: students, teachers and non-teaching staff of schools.

The City Council of Alhama de Murcia, through Ecoembes, the non-profit environmental organization that promotes the circular economy through the recycling of packaging, has launched the "EducaEnEco School Network" project in its public primary schools. .

This project has in turn the collaboration of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and the Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Environment of the Region of Murcia.

"EducaEnEco Schools Network" has allowed to expand the number of adhered centers for the 2017-2018 academic year, and thus making possible its launching this year in up to 227 schools in Murcia.

The objective of this project is to promote recycling in the day to day of primary schools and, for this, to place special emphasis on the involvement of the entire educational community (teachers, non-teaching staff and students), which are offers training and materials to facilitate the separation of waste through Ecoembes.

A consolidated program at the national level

Thanks to the 'EducaEnEco Schools Network', during the last year a total of 12,482 yellow and blue bins were distributed among the almost 800 schools in Madrid, Castilla y León, Canarias and Extremadura that participated in the first edition, as well as posters and other support materials.

The program also provides great added value thanks to the personalized advice that its team of environmental educators offers to each center, providing training to the entire educational community on its role to achieve a more sustainable school.

In this way, both professors and cleaning teams, bedeles or kitchen and dining staff receive guidance on how to integrate waste separation into their daily tasks.

The 'EducaEnEco Schools Network' is completed with activities adapted to the school curriculum designed to reinforce the habit of recycling among primary school students and to learn their environmental value.

Also, an Ecoembes educator makes several visits to the centers throughout the year to know in situ how the project is developing and resolve any doubts.

Once finalized, a diploma and a seal are awarded that certifies the good work and the predisposition of all members to improve their environment.

Recycling data in Alhama de Murcia

According to the data of individual waste management in the home in 2016 provided by Ecoembes, our municipality is at the regional head in recycling paper and cardboard, with a total of 13.20 kilograms per inhabitant per year, above the average of the Autonomous Community (10.37 kg./hab.) and close to the national average, which is 15.52 kg./hab.

As for glass, Alhama is also above the regional and even national average, with figures similar to the Catalan community, depositing in the green container 19,60 kg / room.

The average in the Region of Murcia is 16.69 kg./hab.

and nationally 19.55 kg./hab.

In packaging we have increased recycling by 7.02% compared to 2015, but there is still a significant room for improvement, since in Alhama 7.25 kg / inhab.

compared to 10.03 kg./hab.

of regional average and 13.18 kg./hab.

at the national level.

However, we are one of the municipalities in the area that accounts for less improper waste in the yellow container, only 11.39 kg./hab., Well below the regional average (20.97 kg./hab.) And nationally. (29.17 kg./hab.)

The City Council, focusing its efforts on the collection of packaging, has joined since last June to the regional campaign "Recycle and breathe" (https://goo.gl/8JVKYy), which awards prizes for the municipality that most recycle

In addition, other initiatives have been launched, such as the installation of small containers for cardboard (291 units) and containers (242 units) in the institutes, schools and other public centers of Alhama.

In the coming weeks, a new information campaign will also be held to raise awareness of the importance of separating waste among the adult public.

Here you can find where to deposit each container: https://goo.gl/AWDt9H

Murcia, committed to recycling in their homes

During 2016, a total of 36,069 tons of containers were recycled in the Region of Murcia, data representing an increase of 7.9% over the previous year and reflecting the commitment of its citizens to the separation of waste.

Specifically, each Murcia deposited 10 kg.

in the yellow container (cans, briks and plastic containers) and 10.4 kg.

in the blue (paper and cardboard packaging), or what is the same, 917 containers were deposited per inhabitant in the yellow container and 427 in the blue container, an increase with respect to 2015 of 8.7% and 11.8 %, respectively.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia

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