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School and Community 'Pledge of Commitment' Wall

Logan City Council is recognising the efforts of the Logan community and Logan schools in taking steps to protect the environment through the creation of this Pledge of Commitment wall.  Local schools and Logan residents have made the following pledges to minimise waste generation and adopt more sustainable waste management behaviours.

Schools

July 2017

Bethania Lutheran School Grades P-3 pledged to:

  • Always use both sides of our paper
  • Collect and recycle all of our classroom paper
  • Remove all packets and gladwrap from our lunchboxes and pack our lunch in reusable containers instead
  • Keep contaminants out of the recycling bins

August 2017

John Paul College Grades 4 pledged to:

  • Bring reusable drink bottles to school

Jimboomba State School Grades 4 pledged to:

  • Reduce packets and gladwrap in our lunch boxes by packing our lunch in reusable containers instead
  • Always put our rubbish in the bin

Rochedale South State School Grades 4 pledged to:

  • Bring reusable drink bottles to school
  • Collect all recycling in our classrooms and empty it into a school recycling bin
  • Tell students in other classrooms how they can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at school and at home
  • Always use both sides of our classroom paper
  • Reduce packets and gladwrap in our lunch boxes by packing our lunch in reusable containers instead.

Springwood State School Grades 4 pledged to:

  • Collect all recycling in our classrooms and empty it into a school recycling bin
  • Always use both sides of our classroom paper
  • Bring reusable drink bottles to school

Waterford State School Grades P-6 pledged to:

  • Bring reusable drink bottles to school
  • Collect all recycling in our classrooms and empty it into a school recycling bin
  • Tell students in other classrooms how they can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at school and at home
  • Always use both sides of our classroom paper
  • Reduce packets and gladwrap in our lunch boxes by packing our lunch in reusable containers instead
  • Save the animals and the world

Daisy Hill OHSC pledged to:

  • Collect fruit and veggie scraps from our lunchboxes every day to feed the compost bin or worm farm
  • Frequently discuss the types of things we can out into our compost bin or worm farm
  • Check on our compost bin or worm farm weekly to ensure it is healthy and functioning
  • Frequently discuss the positive impact our class is having on the environment by recycling organic waste

October 2017

Eagleby State School pledges to:

  • Collect all recycling in our classroom and empty it into a school recycling bin
  • Tell students in other classrooms how they can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at school and at home
  • Always use both sides of our paper
  • Collect and recycle all of our classroom paper
  • Remove all packets and gladwrap from our lunch boxes and pack our lunch in reusable containers instead
  • Bring reusable drink bottles full of water to school every day

Edens Landing State School pledges to:

  • Tell students in other classrooms how they can Reduce, Reuse and Recycle at school and at home
  • Always use both sides of our paper
  • Bring reusable drink bottles full of water to school every day

Community groups

July 2017

My Horizon Community Group pledged to:

  • Refuse plastic bags and use reusable bags when shopping
  • Donate good quality items to an op shop or the Logan Recycling Market