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Green MT, the Authorised Packaging
Waste Compliance Scheme, has launched a CD entitled ‘Reduce Reuse Recycle'
aimed at further increasing public awareness about recycling. All derived
proceeds from the sale of the CD will go to the Community Chest fund. The
launch was attended by those involved in this year's School Recycling Campaign
organised by Green MT, which included school representatives, students and
parents. This is the second year such a campaign is being held.
The song was written by Kristina
Casolani, Boris Cezek & Dean Muscat. The remix was done by DJ Carlo Gerada.
The song and the CD are the brain child of Kristina Casolani, a leading Maltese
singer and songwriter, who was initially commissioned to create a jingle that
evolved into a song. The song is being performed at School visits all over
Malta and Gozo. At these School events Eco Councillor Romina Schembri provides
important tips to the students regarding waste separation followed by
entertainment by the Zoo team and a live performance of 'Reduce Reuse Recycle'
by Kristina Casolani.
The song aims to take the initiative
held within the schools to the homes and families of the students across Malta
and Gozo. This year's School Recycling Competition will run for eight weeks,
between March and April. The participation of Gozitan schools is particularly
Green MT's CEO, Joe Attard explained
that Green MT has diverted 44, 285 tons of recyclables from landfills between
July 2009 till the end of December 2012. He stressed on the importance of
competition and also a level playing field for all operators in this waste management
Separating waste and recycling are a major issue for Malta's
Waste Managment Strategy and Green MT is committed to make sure that targets in
recovery and recycling will be met in the earliest time frame possible.
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