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Title: Reduce, reuse, recycle, compost its going around'


1
Reduce, reuse, recycle, compost its going
around.
  • A guide to developing, implementing and
    evaluating waste education.

2
About this package
  • The package provides the basic resource to assist
    local government of any size to develop,
    implement and evaluate a waste education strategy
  • The package covers the following topics
  • Recycling
  • Waste minimisation
  • Litter
  • Organic waste
  • Responsible disposal of hazardous materials

3
The package provides
  • A how to guide to developing a waste education
    strategy
  • Tips for making waste education easier
  • Checklists, evaluation tools and proforma
    documents
  • Resource materials that can be readily adapted to
    Councils needs
  • A library of photographs and line graphics that
    can be used to develop resources relevant to each
    Council area
  • Education ideas from a range of Queensland
    Councils

4
Things to look out for
  • Stop Signs
  • Tip boxes
  • Reference

Reference
TIP
5
Importance of education in recovering resources
and managing waste
  • Community education for recycling and waste
    minimisation is an important environmental,
    social and economic concern and is as crucial to
    the achievement of waste minimisation goals as
    regulatory and economic mechanisms.
  • The introduction of waste education into a local
    government area requires commitment.

6
The Waste Education Strategy
7
The Waste Education Strategy
  • This section provides a step by step guide to
    developing a waste education strategy.

STEP 1
STEP 4
STEP 2
STEP 3
8
Appendix One
  • Assessment of methods and mediums
  • Education strategy checklist

9
Appendix Two Community Surveys
  • Self Administered Survey (mail back or fill out
    survey)
  • Administered Surveys (telephone or street polls)

10
Appendix Three Working with schools
  • This guide has been developed to provide Council
    Officers with tools to assist local schools
    develop, implement and measure waste minimisation
    and litter reduction programs.
  • A Schools Waste Minimisation Resource Kit is also
    included in the package and on CD.

11
Appendix Three Working with schools
  • Presentation Overview
  • Provides Council Officers with some useful tips
    on making presentations to students

12
Appendix Three Working with schools
  • Lesson Plans
  • This section contains a number of lesson plans
    that are suitable for primary school
    presentations.
  • Each lesson plan includes
  • Topic focus
  • Year level
  • Resources required
  • Background information
  • Prompt points
  • Tips
  • Activities/worksheets

13
Lesson Plan - example
14
Appendix Three Working with schools
  • A guide to developing a school waste minimisation
    or litter reduction plan.

Waste Minimisation Litter Reduction Plans
15
Appendix FourEvaluation
  • Sample Evaluation Forms
  • Teacher Evaluation
  • Parent Survey Form
  • Self Evaluation school and community
    presentations
  • Community Presentations (Audience Evaluation)
  • Community Events and Public Displays

16
Resources
  • Fact Sheets
  • Posters
  • Brochures
  • Advertisements
  • Artwork and Design
  • Existing Council Resources

17
About the resources
  • These resources have been designed for use by
    Councils of any size and with varying human and
    financial resources.
  • The materials in this kit can be readily used by
    simply applying Council logo, adapting to
    emphasise local messages, or simply as a
    reference for ideas for waste education programs.

18
About the resources
  • All resources have been supplied electronically,
    in Word 97 and .eps format.
  • Logos, photographs and wording may be added or
    substituted into any resource.
  • Colour and black and white versions have been
    included to allow for photocopies to be made as
    required, or for professional colour printing
    where budgets allow.

19
About the resources
  • The Image Library includes photos, symbols and
    line drawings.
  • These images can be placed in the artwork
    provided or used in Councils own literature.
  • The resources and artwork are themed waste
    minimisation its going around to provide some
    consistency to all public communication on waste
    issues.

20
Fact Sheets
  • The fact sheet series includes
  • Local Waste Facilities
  • Waste Minimisation
  • Litter
  • Organic Waste
  • Recycling
  • Glass
  • Plastics
  • Metals
  • Paper products

21
Posters
  • The package contains posters on
  • What to recycle
  • How recycling works
  • Waste minimisation
  • Organic waste
  • Litter

22
Brochure
  • What to recycle (locally) and what is not
    acceptable

23
Advertisements
  • Advertisements for the following topics have been
    included
  • What to recycle (locally)
  • Help recycling work contamination
  • National Recycling Week tips
  • Litter

24
Artwork and Design
  • For stickers, magnets and other giveaway
    materials.

25
Photo Library
26
Existing Council Resources
  • A number of waste education resources from a
    variety of local authorities have been included
    on the CD-Rom.
  • These resources may assist in the development of
    resources for your own local authority. Contact
    details have also been provided.

27
Conclusion
  • The package has been developed in order to
    provide the tools to assist all QLD local
    authorities to undertake waste education
    regardless of budget or time allocations
  • Dont forget
  • All resources are on the CD enclosed in the
    package and on the EPA website
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