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1 EUMIND D.Y. Patil International School, Worli, Mumbai, India (DYPIS) Natasha Popli Renewable energy at school: E-Gurus: Om, Om save our home Group leader: Akanksha Singh Pranay Udeshi, Ojas Jhaveri, Ronit Ranka, Harsh Godhwani, Manav Chauhan, Kshitij Naik

2 Renewable energy at school: E-Gurus projects Recycling non-cell phones e-waste Recycling cell phones (e-waste) Magnetic separator working model to segregate magnetic metals from non- metals Comparison of the environmental friendliness/harmfulness of hardware found in different cell phones

3 What happens to our waste?

4 The rationale of going green: Burning household garbage releases toxic fumes dioxins & furans (cancer causing through inhalation) arsenic (cancer causing through inhalation, carbon monoxide (a poisonous gas), benzene, styrene, formaldehyde, lead (anemia, suppressed immune system, cancer) hydrogen cyanide (a known poison)

5 Renewable energy at school: Initiating e-waste recycling drive

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7 Environment Actionability Training Program for Planet ke Rakhwale

8 What happens when you recycle E-Waste

9 What can be made from this?

10 Nokia assembly: primary school

11 Nokia assembly: middle & high school

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13 Quiz How many tonnes of waste do you think Mumbai produces every year? 50,000 tonnes!!!

14 QUIZ How many trees do u save by recycling 1 Tonne of paper? 17 Trees

15 Quiz How long does metal take to decompose? 500 years

16 Students answered correctly during assembly

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20 Non-cell phones e-waste pickup

21 Art activity:

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23 Renewable energy at school: Project development Logos To tap the competitive spirit we integrated the incumbent sports day and the Dec‘ 10-Jan’ 11 recyclables collection drive to a house wise activity Houses securing the top three scores receive bonus points that provides a winning edge on sports day

24 Nokia recognizes DYPIS as an eco-friendly school

25 Renewable energy at school: PEEELO analysis Problems encountered: Could not install rain water harvesting and solar energy harvesting. No allocated time at school for EUMIND projects. Enjoyed: Big Cinemas’ field trip Enriched: ‘Recycling resources,’ ‘Eco-friendly school status by Nokia’ Events: ‘Nokia recycling quiz’ ‘Sports day go green theme’ Learnt: issues associated with failure to reduce, reuse & recycle from ‘greenpeace’ Opportunities: ‘Recycled bricks,’ ‘Comparing the environmental friendliness of hardware found in different cell phones’

26 Renewable energy at school: Accomplishments: Eco-friendly school recognition by Nokia Collected.... kg of e-waste Collected 10 cell phones, 9 chargers, 2 ear phones Collected 3 kgs of rubber waste

27 E-Gurus method credits S. No. Student’s name E-Gurus sub-project 1PranayCollecting discarded cell phones 2Akanksha S. Rubber as an alternative fuel, E-Gurus logo 3ManavCollecting discarded non-cell phones electronic waste 4Ronit R.Magnetic separator 5HarshCreating art work from discarded cartons 6KshitijOrigami workshop 7OjasResearch: Cell phones & I-Pads


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