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A Final Presentation by MDEP 221 QRC Group at Queen's University

A Final Presentation by MDEP 221 QRC Group at Queen's University

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  • 1. 80 DALY WASTE REDUCTION INITIATIVE QUEEN’S RECYCLING GROUP 2009
  • 2. OUTLINE
    • Introduction
    • Our Commitment to 80 Daly
    • Group Organization
    • Theoretical Framework
    • Approach
    • Key Players Outside The Community
    • Implementation of Signage
    • Community Swap Meet
    • Recycling Fair
    • School Presentation Project
    • Reflections
    • Conclusion
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
  • 4. OUR COMMITMENT TO 80 DALY
    • Working with the needs and goals of the community.
    • Developing a waste reduction program through the instigation of the blue and grey box program.
    • Allowing the housing corporation to redirect resources currently spent on waste removal to something that can directly benefit the community.
  • 5. If the tenants decrease our disposal cost by $4000 we will match the amount resulting in $8000 going towards a play structure.
  • 6. GROUP ORGANIZATION
    • The group focused on 5 key points throughout the project
    • COMMUNICATION - Members corresponded through email, phone and weekly meetings
    • ACCOUNTABILITY – Members were held to produce their individual sections on time and of high quality
    • RESPONSIBILITY – Tasks divided evenly, all members to participate in all aspects of the project
    • DECISION MAKING – Group consensus were employed, Non- Hierarchical
    • TIME MANAGEMENT – Group worked efficiently and effectively to complete deliverables on time
  • 7. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
    • FEMINIST STANDPOINT EPISTEMOLOGY
      • ‘ situated knowledge’
      • Take into consideration the
      • perspective of all players involved
      • Allow the members of 80 Daly
      • to have a voice in the project
      • Requires us to think and act outside
      • of our own personal paradigms
  • 8. APPROACH
    • Implementation of Signage
    • Community Swap Meet & Recycling Fair
    • School Presentation Project
  • 9. KEY PLAYERS OUTSIDE THE COMMUNITY
  • 10. IMPLEMENTATION OF SIGNAGE
  • 11. COMMUNITY SWAP MEET & RECYCLING FAIR
  • 12. SWAP MEET
  • 13. BIN AND RECYCLING INFORMATION PICK -UP
  • 14. RECYCLING FAIR KiDz zOnE
  • 15. SCHOOL PRESENTATION PROJECT
    • Our reasons on deciding to engage the children
    • Rideau Heights Elementary
    • Correspondence with Brigid Steel
    • Derek Ochej's Help
    • The presentation
    • April 22 nd
    • Ethics
  • 16. REFLECTIONS
  • 17. CONCLUSION AND QUESTIONS