Don Bosco’s High school, Naigaon Vows to save Water!

This was our third session with the students of the Eco club from Don Bosco High School, Naigaon, and the students were enthusiastically looking forward it. The session began with a presentation by the students on the Waste Audit that they had conducted in the school.  They focused on the amount of waste generated in the school, waste segregation and recycling. They also pointed out that they have prepared a Compost Pit and have begun putting the wet waste into it. After the presentation, Fr. Savio complemented the students for the good work that they had done, and then proceeded to introduce the next topic, which with regard to water. This was followed by screening of the GreenLine movie titled ‘Value Water’.

At the end of the movie, there was a discussion on the various issues raised by the movie. This was then followed by a presentation on  water pollution and its wastage in Mumbai, by Jessica. The final part of the session was conducted by Alden, in which he explained different activities to the students, through which they could value and conserve water.

 At the end of the session, the students seemed zealous to try out these activities in their schools and also their homes. The students from Don Bosco’s, Naigaon are a step closer to promote the green movement by conserving water in their homes and school. All the Best to them!


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