Redován will choose to win the Recycling Challenge, which aims to increase selective collection by 20%
The campaign launched by Ecoembes, the Generalitat Valenciana and the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium brings to Redován several activities on the 31st
Redován 5/23/2018. The ‘Challenge of Recycling’ will reach Redován on May 31, a campaign launched by Ecoembes, the Generalitat Valenciana and the Vega Baja Sustainable Consortium, which poses a competitive challenge to the residents of the municipalities belonging to the Consortium, a post Whoever increases the recycling of containers that are deposited in the yellow and blue containers will receive a prize.
The councilman of Municipal Services, Francisco Martinez, explained that what is sought “is to increase the figures of recycling by 20%, and the municipality that recycle more will get a cash prize of 6,000 euros to be allocated to one of the four entities of a social nature that have given us the choice and which are Caritas, Food Bank, Association against Cancer and Alzheimer’s Help Foundation “.
Martínez Mazón has indicated that on May 31, a team from the ‘Recycling Challenge’ will visit Redován “and will be deployed to different points of our town”. The animations will be in the Plaza Miguel Hernández, Plaza de la Paz, Medical Center, Center for the Third Age, Ramón y Cajal Street and Juan Carlos I Street, while an informative talk will also take place at the IES Jaime de Sant Ángel.
The mayor has encouraged the people of Cordoba to participate in this challenge “because with this action we all win, the entity of a social nature that is awarded, but we must bear in mind that the more we recycle, the environment wins and therefore, we and all the generations that come from behind, to which we must try to leave a better world. ” For this reason, he added, “it is important that on the 31st we go to know this campaign and the benefits it has but that from now we can contribute to increase those recycling figures”. The ‘Challenge of Recycling’ will be ongoing until August 31, and will be from there when it is determined which municipalities have exceeded and therefore opt for the prize.