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A stand was set up at the biggest national fair held in Malta, il-Fiera l-Kbira. During the fair leafelt and other material was handed out to people. We also responded to several queries about separating waste correctly, reducing and recycling.
Sar padiljun waqt il-Fiera l-Kbira f’Montekristo. Matul il-Fiera tqassmu fuljetti u materjal ieħor. Irrispondejna wkoll għal bosta mistoqsijiet dwar is-separazzjoni tajba tal-iskart, kif wieħed għandu jnaqqas u anke dwar ir-riċiklaġġ.
Tue01Aug2017Sat30Sep2017The Don't Waste Waste Campaign was present at 15 supermarkets in Malta and Gozo to give information about reducing, reusing and recycling waste.
5 th August Ta’ Dirjanu Gozo
7th August Maypole Attard
8th August Maypole Fgura
11th August Arkadia Gozo
22nd August Smart Supermarket
23rd August Lasco Zejtun
25th August Park Towers Santa Venera Santa Venera
29th August Savemart San Gwann
1st September Maypole Iklin
6th September Pavi
7th September PAMA
13th September GS – Shoppers Mellieha
14 th September Park Towers Supermarket St Julians
Tue01Aug2017Sat30Sep2017Il-kampanja Don’t Waste kienet preżenti fi 15-il supermarket f’Malta u f’Għawdex biex tagħti tagħrif dwar kif jitnaqqas l-iskart, l-użu tiegħu mill-ġdid u r-riċiklaġġ tiegħu.Malti
5 ta' Awwissu Ta’ Dirjanu Għawdex
7 ta' Awwissu Maypole Ħ'Attard
8 ta' Awwissu Maypole il-Fgura
11 ta' Awwissu Arkadia Gozo
22 ta' Awwissu Smart Supermarket
23 ta' Awwissu Lasco Iż-Żejtun
25 ta' Awwissu Park Towers Santa Venera Santa Venera
29 ta' Awwissu Savemart San Ġwann
1 ta' Settembru Maypole L-Iklin
6 ta' Settembru Pavi
7 ta' Settembru PAMA
13 ta' Settembru GS – Shoppers Il-Mellieħa
14 ta' Settembru Park Towers Supermarket St Ġiljan
Tue01Aug2017Thu30Nov2017The Don't Waste Waste Campaign organised a number of seminars at Day Care Centres to educate and inform people about reducing, reusing and recycling waste.
August - November 2017
November Sta Lucija
Tue01Aug2017Thu30Nov2017Il-kampanja 'Don’t Waste Waste' organizzat numru ta’ seminars fiċ-Ċentri ta' Matul il-Jum biex jedukaw u jinfurmaw lin-nies dwar it-tnaqqis tal-iskart, l-użu mill-ġdid tiegħu u r-riċiklar.Malti
Awwissu - Novembru 2017
4 ta' Awwissu Birżebbuġa
8 ta' Awwissu Il-Mosta
10 ta' Awwissu Birkirkara
14 ta' Awwissu Il-Ħamrun
17 ta' Awwissu Ħal Qormi
Novembru Sta Luċija
Mon06Nov2017Betsson Group Ta' Xbiex
Topics discussed included the importance of recycling, and some data about recycling figures across the EU member states, an analysis of typical recycling demographics and the different ways that recycling can be incorporated into our daily routines.
The group was also informed about the Don't Waste Waste campaign's website, www.dontwastewaste.gov.mt and how it can be used as a portal for information about recycling in Malta.
Mon13Nov2017Day Centre, St Paul's Bay Local Council
The uses of recycled plastic and glass and the process that they go through to be usable again. Recyclable and non-recyclable household items. How to efficiently recycle specific items such as medicine, batteries and electronics. Rechargeable batteries and their advantages over disposable ones. Waste collection timings and discussions about issues brought up by the listeners. Bring in sites and common misuses associated with them.
Topics addressed included educating and involving businesses in waste management and environmental awareness.
We had a great time, thank you for coming!
Ms Charlene Mercieca, Soap Café; Mr Victor Galea, VG Tiles; Ms Selina Zerafa, Malta Freeports;Ing. Mario Schembri, AIS;Mr David Borg, Chairman of Wasteserv; a video message from Commissioner Karmenu Vella; Hon. Minister for the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change: Dr Jose Herrera.
Representatives from the Don't Waste Waste campaign were present at Xarabank with the aim of spreading awareness and education about the campaign, by setting up roll-ups and conducting a quiz with the audience members - awarding 5 battery chargers as prizes.
During the filming breaks, the representatives answered any questions they may have had about waste management and giving general information.
Over the past two days, representatives from the Don't Waste Waste campaign were invited to ST Microelectronics in Kirkop, where a representative from the campaign spoke to a group of sixty people, form 20 - 50 years, where a number of points were discussed about waste management.
Topics addressed included:
Malta’s low recycling rate, dumping issues and the saturated landfill. Waste management at home, reducing waste by using shopping lists, making use of Christmas leftovers and recycling old furniture.
Rechargeable batteries and their advantages over disposable ones. Organic bins and the pilot project. Bring in sites and civic amenity sites were discussed both in terms of their use and their misuse. Waste management on the go and litter issues.
Waste management statistics at ST over the past few years were discussed and suggestions were given by the employees on how to improve and facilitate the system. The employees also asked questions and raised issues to the speaker such as green and black bags being mixed and the possibility of an incinerator for energy generation from waste.
On the 9th December, representatives from the Don't Waste Waste campaign were present at The Point to promote the campaign and educate the public about waste management.
A quiz was held and many questions were asked regarding waste separation such as where the appropriate place to dispose of specific waste items is.