STARTING OF A DAWNPLASTIC AND POLYTHENEFREE ZONE
STARTING OF A DAWN AROUND US PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED Identifying the plastic bags and polythene waste around the school campus and village. Lack of awareness among the villagers about the problems associated with use of plastics and impact of the plastics over the environment.
STARTING OF A DAWN… WE DO …TO CREATE AN UNPOLLUTED PLASTIC FREE ZONE Giving the paper mouldings such as paper plate, paper baskets, paper bowl and jute bags, paper bags cloth bags to the village people for shopping. Advise the village people to follow and practice the 4 R’s principles of REDUCE RECYCLE RE-USE RECOVERTo minimize the environmental pollution.
STARTING OF A DAWN…OUR PRODUCTIONSPlastic free objects developed by students
STARTING OF A DAWNWE ARE CHANGE OF CHANGECONFIDENT Number of studentsPERSONS participated = 30 5 Groups of each of six students.
STARTING OF DAWNWE ARE CONFIDENT PERSONS TO MAKE PLASTIC FREEENVIRONMENT Usage of plastic bags are avoided by the students . Most of the village people are using paper bags or paper baskets & carrying cloth bags for shopping. Throwing of the unwanted, used plastic bags in public places is greatly reduced.
STARTING OF A DAWN The usage of plastic bags by the shopkeeper is highly reducedThe plastic free zone aria is created in and around the school campus
Starting of a dawnDemerits of plastic 400using………. 350Not known-385 300 250 Series1known- 115 200 150 100 50 0 Not known known
STARTING OF A … WE WILLDAWN…Creating Awarenessawareness byconductingprocessionbearing theslogans andinstalling andpasting theposters.
STARTING OF A DAWN… WE CANMEASURES TO TACKLE Explaining studentsPLASTIC POLLUTION Explaining the effect of using plastic and polythene bags by demonstrating the experiments to the students. Initiating the village people by giving alarming advises about the problems associated with the excessive use of plastic products in improper manner.
STARTING OF A DAWN...WE WILL With the help of teachers, collecting and removing the used and unwanted plastics from school campus