Students are collecting used paper
How much waste paper does a school produce in a week? I'm afraid no one will know this answer. However, the students of Wuhan No. 14 Middle School could give an accurate answer: 42.7 kg. It turned out that the school's students implemented a waste paper weighing program in the school and advocated to save paper. At present, the correction deepens this activity and promotes waste classification and weight reduction.
"The waste paper weighing plan includes 33 senior students and senior high school students, as well as 33 teachers' offices, classrooms and offices. The collection and weighing of waste paper takes about one hour at a time." Zhou Ying, the instructor of the ecological committee of the school, told reporters, We started doing this just to promote waste sorting, and then everyone wanted to make the campus more environmentally friendly, so we had this plan. "
For the first time, a student came to the office to collect waste paper and weighed it. Lu Xiaobai, director of the school's political and educational department, thought that they were going to sell waste paper. After knowing the original committee, the school was very supportive. Therefore, paper recycling bins are set up in each class. Every Saturday at noon, the members of the ecological committee of the class will move the recycling bins to the playground for weighing.
The waste paper weighing record starts on April 4 and is counted once a week. The data for the first week was recorded by Qi Feifei, a student in the second (3) class of the school. She told reporters, "In the afternoon, everyone took 33 cartons. The final total weight minus the weight of the cartons, the result was 42.7 kg. This number is unexpected. "
Waste paper weighing is only a means to reduce the weight of waste paper. In order to improve the utilization of paper, the students used the time of the community activities to make a PPT, and promoted the use of waste paper to reduce weight one by one in the classroom. Qi Feifei said: "In the beginning, I talked to my classmates about weight loss on waste paper. Someone asked if it makes sense to do this? But when we published the weekly data, the classmates understood the principle of gathering sand.
Teachers and students immediately acted to save paper. According to the first statistics, the maximum amount of waste paper in the Political and Religious Affairs Department reached 20 kg, and then all of them were zero kilograms. Originally, the Political and Religious Affairs Office sent only one side of office paper to Mathematical Physics Office, the back of the paper for teachers to draft. Luo Linglin, a student of Grade 3 (4) at the school, used to use drafts, but now most of his drafts are used papers. He told reporters: "I could use four draft papers the day before, and now I have saved them." By June of this year, the weight of waste paper at the school had been reduced from 42.7 kilograms per week to 27.54 kilograms.
This activity further strengthened the concept of environmental protection for teachers and students. Recently, the students of the school have written a "English-language Final Report on Waste Reduction Project". At present, the school is actively implementing garbage separation and weight reduction programs, encouraging students to use less disposable chopsticks in the cafeteria, and advocating no drinks on campus. (Li Tianmin, correspondent of the correspondent Zhang Yu of Chutian Metropolis Daily)
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