This week, we facilitated the third module based on the 3Rs– Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. The module focused on how students could practice 3Rs in their daily lives. Students were mentioned about things they could reduce such as single use plastic bags, mineral water bottles; things that could be reused such as plastic food containers, textiles; and things that could be recycled like glass bottles, newspapers, empty cosmetic products, etc. to ensure the amount of waste taken to the landfill is reduced.Also, students were introduced to upcycling, and demonstrated few of the upcycled products made of noodles and biscuit wrappers, milk pouches and single use polythene bags. Students participated in the human barometer game, which helped them know each other’s involvement in environment friendly activities.
One of the students asked, “How could a student contribute to reduce waste?” This was answered by his classmate with reference to his new “fountain ink pen”, an alternative to single use plastic dot pens that end up in the landfill. These small initiations by students shall lead impactful changes in future.
For more photos, please go to our Facebook page.
Clean up Nepal facilitated training on waste management in one of the communities of Budhanilkantha. The clustered community consisted of 18 households and a factory […]
We would like to thank Robert Watkiss, an intern at Clean up Nepal from Western Sydney University, for running 10Ks in the Nepal Impact Marathon […]
With the completion of the Zero Waste at Schools Program in Tika Vidhyashram Secondary School, Clean up Nepal handed over the certificate of participation to […]
Be a part of the solution
Get updates from our social media pages.Facebook Twitter Youtube