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The City Council will distribute 600 yellow and blue bins donated by Ecoembes in educational centers and municipal offices to promote recycling (11/01/2018)

The objective of this action is to promote the culture of day-to-day recycling, separation at source as a first step towards the valorisation of waste, and the promotion of habits of social behavior appropriate to the times between administrative personnel, the population and The students

The CEO of the municipal cleaning company, Limusa, Juan Francisco Martinez, presented this morning a recycling initiative that will start up the City of Lorca in the schools of the municipality, as well as in municipal agencies and agencies.

The same is going to be carried out by Ecoembes, non-profit environmental organization that promotes the circular economy through the recycling of packaging, which has delivered to the Lorca Consistory 600 yellow bins (plastic containers, cans and briks) and blue (paper and cardboard) that will be distributed in 39 schools, 8 institutes and 70 municipal facilities to encourage recycling.

Juan Francisco Martínez explained that "in the specific case of education centers, the objective of this project is to promote recycling on a day-to-day basis and, for this, to place special emphasis on the involvement of the entire educational community (teachers, non-teaching staff and students), which are offered training and materials to facilitate the separation of waste.These tools, necessary to raise awareness about the importance that the practice of recycling has for the care of the environment, are facilitated by Ecoembes as part of of their commitment to involve the entire school ecosystem in search of more sustainable centers, and their commitment to education as a strategic pillar to preserve our environment. "

The CEO of Limusa added that "the program also provides great added value thanks to the personalized advice that the 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. "

Martínez, in this sense, has indicated that "the" EducaEnEco School Network ", the name given to this project in schools, is completed with activities adapted to the school curriculum designed to reinforce the habit of recycling among students and to learn their 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 completed, a diploma and a seal are awarded. to do and the predisposition of all the members to improve their environment ".

Juan Francisco Martínez, on the other hand, has stressed that "in what refers to municipal facilities, these bins are going to be installed both in the urban centers as districts, which are often points of attention and use of citizens, as is the case of decentralized offices, sports facilities, libraries, music conservatory, council offices, medical offices, tourist information points, monuments (Palacio de Guevara, Teatro Guerra ...), Integrated Emergency and Security Center, Local Development and the offices of Limusa, among others The initiative, which is included in the "Educating to recycle" program, is part of a compendium of actions aimed at instructing a broad spectrum of the population, such as the administrative and social community The aim of the municipality is to promote the culture of recycling, of separation at source as a first step towards the valorisation of waste

uos, and the promotion of habits of social behavior appropriate to the times ".

Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca

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