Malta Freeport Terminals staff rolled up their sleeves and got stuck into a number of environmental initiatives in Birzebbuga, Malta, where the Freeport is based, during European Week for Waste Reduction which this year focused on the theme of ‘Circular Communities’. Primary school students were lent a helping hand to make bags from used material, collected by the local council from within the village, as well as building three cars, a snowman and Father Christmas with used tyres and other recycled material. Freeport employees also got to work on regenerating a green recreation area within the village known as Misrah il-Pajtier. With the help of staff from Malta Freeport Corporation and local clubs sponsored by the Freeport, our employees planted trees, painted benches and used materials to create features to embellish the area. A clean-up activity was also organised.Now in its 13th edition, European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) brings together thousands of awareness-raising actions about sustainable waste management from across Europe. Reusing, recycling, repairing, composting, cleaning and tree planting were prioritised in an ongoing effort to achieve a zero waste target.
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