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Waste study conclusion for CUORE project

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    • STUDY OF WASTE IN THE CUORE PARTNER COUNTRIES
    • STUDY PROCEDURES
      • Design of two questionnaires/Observation grids in all the partner schools targeted at families and schools
      • Data collection in every school
      • Data analysis in every school
      • Designing action plans at a local level
      • Comparing results and plans among all partner countries (benchmarking)
      • Agreeing on a “Handbook of Good Environmental Practice” on Waste
    • WASTE AT HOME (Collection and recycling habits in our educational communities)
    • I - Survey (vide appendix___)  Sample Country/School N0. of Households Surveyed 1. Germany Wilhelm Löhe Schule – Nuremberg 100 2. Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris – Sezze 120 3. Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School – Vilnius 60 4. Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School – Ostrów W. 223 5. Portugal Esc. Sec. Manuel Teixeira Gomes - Portimão 60 6. Romania Elena Cuza School - Iasi 191 7. Romania Titu Maiorescu School - Iasi 146 8. Spain ES Torres Villaroel - Salamanca 102
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • a significant number of the families surveyed separate waste for recycling;
      X X X X X X
      • the whole family takes responsibility for waste selection, in a significant number of households;
      X X X X
      • there are enough collecting points/ containers with adequate capacity in their area of residence;
      X X X X
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • the collection of waste is done within acceptable frequency by local authorities;
      X X X X X X
      • a significant percentage of the people surveyed use or have used recycled / recyclable materials, mainly paper and glass;
      X X X X
      • a significant percentage of the surveyed refer they use the exchange system of mobile companies when buying a new mobile phone;
      X X
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • a significant percentage of the surveyed mention that they rarely or never use discardable dishes, glasses and cutlery;
      X X X X
      • a significant percentage of the surveyed state they prefer to buy unpackaged products;
      X X
      • most people surveyed consider that they are relatively well-informed about environmental issues; there’s a growing interest in environmental activities
      X X X X X X
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • most people surveyed consider that school performs an important or very important role in fostering youngsters’ environmental awareness;
      X X X X X
      • a significant number of families take unwanted or out-of-date medicines to the chemist’s;
      X
      • a significant number of families take household appliances and electronic equipment to collecting points.
      X X X X
    • WASTE - BAD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY BAD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • a considerable percentage of the families do not select garbage at home
      X X X X X X X
      • a considerable percentage of the families do not use recyclable materials
      X X X X X
      • most people state that they always or frequently use paper napkins
      X X X X X X
    • WASTE - BAD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY BAD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • a large proportion of the surveyed expressed their preference for packaged/disposable products
      X X X X X X X
      • large majority of the surveyed use bags supplied by the shops
      X X X X X X
      • there aren’t enough sensitizing campaigns about selective collection promoted by local authorities
      X X X X
    • WASTE - BAD PRACTICE FAMILIES / COMMUNITY BAD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • there aren’t enough selective collection points in rural and urban areas
      X X X X X X
      • the collection of selective waste by local authorities is not frequent enough
      X X X X
      • not many families have dust bins for selective waste collection
      X X X X X
    • WASTE AT SCHOOL (Collection and recycling habits in our school)
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE SCHOOL GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • the majority of waste produced is selectively collected
      x X X X X
      • the school has special containers for selective collection
      X X X X X X X
      • the school population surveyed consider that containers have the right capacity and are adequately distributed
      X X X X
    • WASTE - GOOD PRACTICE SCHOOL GOOD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • the school uses recycled and rechargeable materials (paper/inkpots and toners)
      X X X
      • development of awareness campaigns targeted at the school community
      X X X X X X
      • the school uses selective waste containers to collect paper/cardboard, plastic/ metal and glass located by the school building
      X X X X X X
    • WASTE - BAD PRACTICE SCHOOL BAD PRACTICE Germany Wlihlelm. Lohe Schule Nuremberg Italy S.M.S. Pacifici de Magistris Sezze Lithuania Sausio 13 Secondary School Vilnius Poland Salesian Sisters Primary School Ostrów W. Portugal E.S. Manuel Teixeira Gomes Portimão Romania Elena Cuza School Iasi Romania Titu Maiorescu School Iasi Spain I.E.S. Tiorres Villaroel Salamanca
      • there are no containers for selective collection of batteries and chemical products
      X X X X X X
      • the school uses disposable materials
      • (e.g. toilet towels, plastic and paper dishes)
      X X X X X
      • the school does not promote projects to raise students’ environmental awareness on a regular basis, neither does it engage them in waste selective collection and recycling campaigns.
      X X X
    • WASTE Analysis of data collection
    • A - FAMILIES / COMMUNITY
      • GOOD PRACTICE
      • In most schools, a significant percentage of families surveyed:
      • State that the collection of selective waste is done within acceptable frequency by local authorities;
      • Consider that they are relatively well-informed about environmental issues.
      • BAD PRACTICE
      • In most schools, a significant percentage of families surveyed:
      • Use paper napkins;
      • State there aren’t any selective collection points for electric or electronic equipment;
      • Prefer packaged products;
      • Use bags supplied by the shops;
      • Consider that there aren’t enough selective collection points in rural and urban areas.
      • Do not select garbage at home;
    • B - SCHOOL
      • GOOD PRACTICE
      •  
      • Most schools:
      • Support selective waste collection;
      • Have selective waste collectors;
      • Carry out information/sensitizing campaigns;
      • Are fully aware of the importance of selective waste collection and use the already existing collectors appropriately.
      • BAD PRACTICE
      •  
      • In most schools:
      • There isn’t any selective collection of batteries and chemical products;
      • Disposable materials such as plastic and paper are used;
      • Waste is commonly found on the floor in some facilities;
      • There isn’t enough use of recycled materials.