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The truths they don't want you to read....

Monday, March 14, 2011

How little does a school weigh?

Sources close to the schools project have told me that the recycling rate on the entire project is even higher than you might have thought.

The table below is, I am very, very, reliably informed is the current recycling rate on the schools project.

School
Waste Material
(Tonnes)
CnES Landfill
(Tonnes)
Recycle
Rate
Nicolson Institute
39349
73
99.8%
SES
13604
64
99.5%
Balivanich PS
2.3
0.3
87%
Point PS
10164
0
100%
West Side PS
-
-
-

These figures are much more than impressive and hopefully the hard work - and detailed planning - will be noticed and appreciated by the wider public.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely. I think there should be a full audit of all of this so that these wonderful lessons can be learned for the whole of the UK - or wider even!

Anonymous said...

Wow it's amazing how good our council is at dealing with rubbish, must be all the practice they give themselves!
mmmmmmmm wonder what we would get if we recycled the councillors? answers on a postcard please .....

Anonymous said...

What have they done with it all?

Anon said...

Will building the Nicolson on rubbish make it sink faster or slower than the council building?

Anonymous said...

but can we believe ANY of this rubbish......

Anonymous said...

Thanks 8.29 that was what i wondered??

Anonymous said...

so what did they do with it all?

Anonymous said...

To believe, or not to believe --that is the question:
Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The bins and wheelbarrows of ground conditions, or ask - why lie?

Tony Giles said...

If I remember correctly 95% is considered good so the figures here are very impressive.

It shows what you can do when you put your minds to it.