Green, yellow or brown trash? What do these colors stand for, and how are each category of waste treated? Here are some interesting questions to discuss during an activity session on the topic of “selective sorting”. Comparing the quantities of waste and the decomposition times of the various elements can raise awareness on the importance of recycling and composting.
In front of the Grand Potager’s compost, the students from Lauris’ nursery school learned how to sort their waste. Plastic ? In the recycling bin ! Leftover chicken ? In the garbage can ! Vegetable peel ? In the compost … Read More
Did you know that it takes 27 plastic bottles to make one recycled sweater? It’s worth sorting your waste to recycle it, right? The activity leaders of the Traversine garden have prepared an activity on selective sorting for the kindergarten … Read More
In order for the elementary school children to go home with the right gestures and to better understand the principle of composting in the garden, we organized a waste sorting activity. Through the game of selective sorting, the youngsters were … Read More