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Wrigleys : Wrigley Pacific Sustainability Report 2010
ThE hall STaTE School Winners of the 2010 Green & Healthy Schools Litter Prevention Award There are no rubbish bins, in the traditional sense, at The Hall State School in Rockhampton. Colour-coded bins encourage students to sort their rubbish as they dispose of it, and every grade takes turns in collecting and sorting the waste. All ‘green’ litter and plant materials are mulched by children who perform recycling duties and gardening as part of their regular curriculum studies. During special events such as Sports Day and the Christmas Fair, extra recycling bins are placed around the grounds to encourage the community to recycle rather than litter. A hotly contested award is also presented at the Final Parade, to the class that has best championed the school’s litter prevention practices. People Wrigley Pacific sustainability rePort 2010 7 Wrigley Pacific is a proud sponsor of the state’s annual Litter Prevention Award, which rewards schools that are making real progress in litter management and prevention. A popular element of Queensland’s Green & Healthy Schools program is a statewide competition that recognises schools for their green and healthy endeavours. Seventy schools across Queensland registered for the 2010 Green & Healthy Schools competition, translating to approximately 28,000 students actively being engaged in the program this year. green & Healthy schools Wrigley Company Litter Prevention Award Recycling bins are located in every classroom and office Students bring recycling bins from classrooms to recycling station Colour-coded bins encourage recycling