WasteServ Malta - Environmental Education
Environment Education

Environmental Education regarding waste management can help our country to continue its move towards sustainable waste management. It will also help us as individuals to make the complex connections between environmental issues on a local and global level, economic prosperity, benefits to society and our own health. 


Educating children from a young age is the first step to continue this necessary change. Here are some services offered by WasteServ to all educational institutions:                         

  • Activities held at Primary Schools
  • Activities held at Secondary Schools
  • Activities held at Post-Secondary and Tertiary Schools
  • Activities held at our Visitor Centre in Marsaskala and Tal-Kus in Xewkija Gozo
  • Activities held at Adults and Day Centres
  • Activities for persons with disability
  • Activities at different entitites including hotels, NGO's and government departments
  • Site Visits of our facilities
  • Summer Clubs
  • Waste Reduction Guidelines for a Whole School Approach

 

Children receiving a lesson about waste management

 

Activities at Primary Schools

Information about waste management to Primary Schools is delivered in the form of:
 

  • Story Telling about waste management and waste separation exercises
  • A quiz about waste management in the Maltese Islands
  • Interactive sessions using PowerPoint presentations

Activities at Secondary Schools

Information about waste management to Secondary Schools is delivered in the form of:

  • Drama sessions for forms 1 and 2
  • Quiz about waste management in the Maltese Islands
  • Interactive sessions using PowerPoint presentation about waste management

Informative sessions about waste management to staff and parents may also be organized.

 

Site visits

Site visits are organised for students attending secondary and post-secondary schools, as well as University. Please contact us for more information.                  
 

Activities at Post-Secondary and Tertiary Schools


Systems of Knowledge project

WasteServ can assist students by offering a maximum of 5 hours in site visits at a number of facilities. Other activities may be organised which depend on projects and initiatives which the company have from time to time. Students may also choose to carry out a face-to-face interview with a WasteServ Official.

 

Other projects including Dissertations

WasteServ can also assist students in other projects as necessary. Such assistance would include site visits, interviews and the provision of informative material.

 

Adults and Day Centres

Information about waste management is delivered in the form of:

Discussion on waste separation

Home composting

Food waste reduction

Interactive sessions using PowerPoint presentations

Site visits

 

People with special needs

Information and creative activity about waste management is delivered in the form of:

Interactive sessions using PowerPoint presentations and features

Hands on creative activities using recycled material

Guided site visits

 

Other entities

Wasteserv can also provide guidelines with information and support to hotels, government departments, NGO's, industries, other groups and entities whihc may need our support to create environmental friendly practices within their operation.

 

                          

Summer Clubs

Summer club organizers interested in organizing waste management sessions may contact us during summer to fix a date when a Waste Management Promoter may visit their centre to organize informative sessions to attendees.

Call WasteServ Malta on freephone number 8007 2200 or send us an email on schools.ws@wasteservmalta.com for more information.
 

Waste Reduction Guidelines for a Whole School Approach

Interested in making a difference at your school, reducing waste and protecting the environment?
                                                                                          

                               
These guidelines were published through this Issuu magazine in collaboration with EkoSkola- Nature Trust during the European Week for Waste Reduction 2011. Click link below to download the printable version of the Waste Reduction Guidelines for a Whole School Approach!
                               

Printable Version of Waste Reduction Guidelines for a Whole School Approach.pdf