PHOTOS: Teaching Proper Solid Waste Management

Tash Alemania joins the pupils of Zapatera Elementary School in Cebu City in one of their classes, where one of the topics is distinguishing biodegradable wastes from non-biodegradable wastes. Here are photos of what happened in the class.

A teacher presents to a class the best ways to practice waste reduction, one of the most effective solutions to lessen, if not eliminate, garbage in a community. (Tashuana Alemania)
A teacher presents to a class the best ways to practice waste reduction, one of the most effective solutions to lessen, if not eliminate, garbage in a community. (Tashuana Alemania)
A pupil of Zapatera Elementary School (facing the blackboard) reads some ways to help manage waste while her classmates and teacher listen. (Tashuana Alemania)
A pupil of Zapatera Elementary School (facing the blackboard) reads some ways to help manage waste while her classmates and teacher listen. (Tashuana Alemania)
A Zapatera Elementary School teacher talks about waste management. (Tashuana Alemania)
A Zapatera Elementary School teacher talks about waste management. (Tashuana Alemania)
Visual aids on waste management prepared by a teacher in Zapatera Elementary School. (Tashuana Alemania)
Visual aids on waste management prepared by a teacher in Zapatera Elementary School. (Tashuana Alemania)
Elementary pupils in Zapatera Elementary School eagerly participate in the discussion on waste management and segregation. (Tashuana Alemania)
Elementary pupils in Zapatera Elementary School eagerly participate in the discussion on waste management and segregation. (Tashuana Alemania)
A teacher presents to a class a visual aid highlighting examples of biodegradable and non-biodegradable. (Tashuana Alemania)
A teacher presents to a class a visual aid highlighting examples of biodegradable and non-biodegradable. (Tashuana Alemania)
Zapatera Elementary School teacher-in-charge Ronald Navarro shows to grade schoolers a file organizer created from trash. (Tashuana Alemania)
Zapatera Elementary School teacher-in-charge Ronald Navarro shows to grade schoolers a file organizer created from trash. (Tashuana Alemania)
Ronald Navarro, teacher-in-charge of Zapatera Elementary School, shows a dirty tissue paper considered to be a biodegradable. (Tashuana Alemania)
Ronald Navarro, teacher-in-charge of Zapatera Elementary School, shows a dirty tissue paper considered to be a biodegradable. (Tashuana Alemania)
Elementary pupils lining up as they took turns in segregating garbage dumped at a corner inside their school compound. (Tashuana Alemania)
Elementary pupils lining up as they took turns in segregating garbage dumped at a corner inside their school compound. (Tashuana Alemania)
Zapatera Elementary School pupils hold sacks used to carry the segregated garbage. (Tashuana Alemania)
Zapatera Elementary School pupils hold sacks used to carry the segregated garbage. (Tashuana Alemania)
A damaged green Christmas lantern is among the wastes dumped at a corner in Zapatera Elementary School. Students take time to segregate the garbage. (Tashuana Alemania)
A damaged green Christmas lantern is among the wastes dumped at a corner in Zapatera Elementary School. Students take time to segregate the garbage. (Tashuana Alemania)
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