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Jumilla, second municipality in the region that has recycled more cardboard over the past year (09/05/2019)

The mayor of Jumilla, Juana Guardiola, and the councilor for Environment, Juan Gil, accompanied by the head of this department, Victoria Martinez, have offered this morning the recycling data in Jumilla last year 2018. Jumilla has been the second municipality of the Region of Murcia that has collected the most paper and cardboard in the blue containers.

In 2018, the collection of paper and cardboard rose by 1.42%, from 388.82 tons collected in 2017 to 394.36 tons collected last year, reaching 15.4 kg / inhabitant, above the regional average that has been 12.3 kg / inhabitant.

Likewise, the carton collection of the stores increased by 8.7% through the door-to-door service.

As for light containers (yellow container), the collection has increased by 21.68% in Jumilla, from 142.62 tons in 2017 to 173.62 in 2018, reaching 6.8 kg / inhabitant, although in this case still below the regional average which is 11.8 kg / inhabitant.

The collection of glass (green container), has increased by 9.86%, from the 445.42 tons collected in 2017 to 489.32 tons in 2018, reaching 19.2 kg / inhabitant, which is above of the regional average as well as the national average.

Significant is the increase in 169% of the collection of batteries, from 405 kg in 2017 to 1,090 kilos collected in 2018, in the 4 mupis that contain a battery container, located in Avda. Reyes Católicos, Cánovas del Castillo (2) and Avda. de Levante.

The collection of used cooking oil has also increased, specifically 21.62%, from the 3,515 kilos collected in 2017 to the 4,275 kilos in 2018, in the 14 containers distributed by the municipality.

Both the mayor and the area councilor have highlighted that "awareness campaigns are getting fruit, since Jumillano have increased the recycling figures on all waste."

Throughout the year of 2018, 4,852 citizens have used the Ecopark, an average of 404 people / month, reaching 300 tons collected from household goods, paint boats, household appliances, fluorescent tubes, rubble from minor works or home repairs, wood, etc.

Campaign in schools

Again this year the school campaign on reduction, recycling and adequate reuse of urban waste is being carried out, through Waste Management, Cranes and Containers, SL, in the schools of Jumilla during the months of April, May and June.

"Cucha and the Selective Patrol visit the Cole" is traveling every Thursday to an educational center in Jumilla, where it performs games and recreational-environmental experiences of reduction, reuse, separation and recycling of waste with children in Early Childhood Education. years and 3 ° of Primary Education.

In addition, throughout the week the mobile Ecopark is installed in the vicinity of the school where the activity takes place, where the entire school community and residents of the area can deposit their waste, such as: plastic containers, cans, glass , paper and paperboard;

and other waste such as metal containers, batteries, household oils, lamps and fluorescents, paint containers, clothing, footwear, toys, compact discs, mobiles, x-rays, toner and aerosols.

On the other hand, next Wednesday will be held various recycling competitions and delivery of merchandise in the Market Supplies for the celebration of World Recycling Day.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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