Within the framework of the European Sustainable Development Week, which takes place from 29 May to 5 June 2015, and the "eco-citizen" project carried out in the schools of the territory, two classes of the Emile Choisy primary school have been sensitized To respect the environment in Saint Martin, by visiting the Galisbay waste disposal center, on Friday 29 May 2015.
During this morning of discovery, Anthony, the manager of the waste disposal center, first explained to the children the utility of this collective tool, made available to the population to get rid of bulky items, and thus participate in the recycling of different types of waste. This allowed the children to understand the stakes involved in selective sorting and the crucial role of the waste disposal center in protecting the environment.
The children then took part in a creative workshop where they made fellows from waste of all kinds: plastic bottles, aluminum cans ... A playful way to make children aware of the quantities of waste that each produces each day and Recycling.
Supervised by their teacher, the children then made a beautiful fresco recalling the importance of the gestures of selective sorting. This fresco is titled: "Ensemble trions!", You can admire it when depositing your waste at the waste disposal center.
The Saint Martin Community and its Environment and Lifestyle Directorate encourage the population to engage in the selective sorting of household waste and to use the structures made available on the territory for this purpose.