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Recycling Drive

While the rest of the school enjoyed their midterm break on 26th Feb. 2015, 14 dedicated young environmentalists all dressed in their school uniforms reached school by 7:30 am to give a kick start to DGPS Can Collection Campaign for the year 2015. The Campaign that went on in the school from Feb 1st to 23rd of February was a successful campaign with a total collection of 199 kg (approx. 15,000 cans) of pure Aluminium Cans.

The three whole weeks saw students collecting cans from their homes, friends, neighbourhood, families, parks, beaches and cafeterias. Bringing in even a can brought pride onto their faces for Each Can did make a Difference. The whole idea was to do their bit for the Environment.

On Thursday, 26th of Feb, Mrs. Sabiha Shaikh, Environmental Coordinator, DGPS took these students to the Zabeel Park to deposit their cans with the Emirates Environmental Group in reply to their invitation to join them for their Can Collection Campaign for the year 2015. The students observed with pride and curiosity as to how their cans were weighed, amounts being noted down, bags being checked for pure aluminium cans and then emptied into skips. All schools, corporate houses and organizations were invited to deposit their cans at different sites allotted by the EEG.

Our youngest active participant, Chloe Soares was overwhelmed on meeting her mother on her return telling her mom that she truly enjoyed herself and had a good time. Likewise, all our active participants were thoroughly satisfied to know the outcome of our collection and after seeing the massiveness of the campaign developed a greater feeling of responsibility towards the Environment. They realized that this campaign has helped us to save a considerable amount of energy as well as a reasonable amount of greenhouse gases being released in the air as compared to making new aluminium cans from raw materials.