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Positive balance of activities for the Environment Day by the Council (07/06/2017)

The Councilor for the Environment, Juan Gil, has made a positive balance of activities for World Environment Day that began last Friday and ended yesterday.

"Almost all events have had a great deal of participation, and the outdoor activities have had a good influx of people, especially those related to the youngest children. We want to highlight the example of respect for the environment that we have given adults with The different jobs they have done to present the school competition that has been held. "

The figures for 2016 regarding recycling in Jumilla are better than those of the previous year in all areas.

The amount of paperboard collected for recycling has increased by 7% and by 67% in plastic containers. The increase in glass collection has been 18%, rising from 340 to 402 tonnes.

Likewise, figures for the collection of used batteries, toys and used clothing have risen.

"These data are so good because of the increase of selective collection points, the elaboration of the different campaigns that have been carried out, but above all thanks to the awareness of the citizens," says the mayor of the area.

All the ratios of 2016 are above the regional average except for the collection of plastic containers, "which is where you will put the target in the future to also get it," says Juan Gil.

The council concludes by thanking the collaboration of the different groups and associations in these activities, as well as the company that manages the Ecoparque.

"With the joint work of all we are getting a more sustainable Jumilla", he concluded.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla

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