Presentation on theme: "Tap leakage CWA bill too high Wastage of electricity( fans, lights and computers were left on when not in use) Accumulation of large amount of waste."— Presentation transcript:
Tap leakage CWA bill too high Wastage of electricity( fans, lights and computers were left on when not in use) Accumulation of large amount of waste (mostly paper) Few endemic and medicinal plants in school garden Lack of environmental education among students
Efficient water and electricity use Step 1: Meeting with teachers of Environment Club and Green School Team Step 2: Meeting with student Councils and Class Captains Step 3: Create awareness among all students 1. Pamphlets and poster competition 2. Film show An Inconvenient Truth 3. Assembly talk Step 4: Survey on a daily basis and monitor bills Step 5: Request administration Office and computer labs to switch off AC and computers when not in use Meeting of GS team every Tuesday to give a feedback
CEB bill was not available Students often failed to switch off lights when classes were unattended during first term
A major topic in Biology, Chemistry and General Paper Syllabus
home The above actions are being encouraged both at school and at home through students. To have a better indication of a change in the consumption of water and electricity, well take reading from the meter reader rather than from the bill. The winning posters will be photocopied and affixed in the village of Plaine-Magnien. Eventually, well try to get sponsors to help in the purchase of solar panels and the necessary equipments required for harvesting rain water.
2. Posters were designed to inform students not to throw plastics, citrus fruits which may prevent growth of the micro organisms. Bin is stirred once a week and is also filled constantly
1.Not enough materials were obtained to fill the bin at once 2.Students were throwing citrus fruits, plastic bags in the bin 3.Manure was not obtained as they could have helped in starting the decomposition in the compost bin as it already contains micro organisms
green waste are sent for composting Plastic will be recycled. Power plastic limited was requested to collect the plastic. No response yet obtained. A large amount of paper accumulated in administration office has already been sent for recycling
Activities done on the occasion of the World Environment Day (celebrated on the 4 th June at school) : wall painting of the logo UNEP for WED 2010 talk about the World Environment day during the assembly Winning teams of poster competition were rewarded. ten endemic plants sponsored by the Vanilla Crocodile Park. further ten plants obtained from the forestry department. One student was chosen from each class and was given a particular plant which they were asked to place in the endemic corner.