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Published: 19 Sep 2018Title: GEORGE WATER UPDATE: 19 September 2018Status: Dam level: 70.92% (slightly down from 71.33% last week Wednesday) Rainfall since 13 September 2018: 13mm Demand/usage: 25.75 megalitres (target 22Ml) Please note Section 2B restrictions remain in place, detail in news section.
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12 September 2018

Environmental Educators from the George Municipal educate pupils on recycling

 

Environmental Section recently held puppet shows at Hibernia Primary and Tyholorha Primary School to inform and educate young children on the principles of recycling. The educators speak to the children in English, Afrikaans and Xhosa and use hand puppets to entertain and challenge the young minds.
Ms Grace Notshokovu, who manages the educator group, said that the children are educated on what materials can be recycled and how they should go about it. They tell the children why it is bad to dump rubbish and how it affects our environment. Notshokovu says by the end of the sessions they hope that the children, including their teachers and parents would be encouraged to recycle and not dump illegally. The children each receive a goodie bag with a water bottle, information leaflets and a snack. The Environmental Educators with the children from Hibernia Primary are at the back from left, Thembakazi Adam, Iviwe Maboza, Maruwayne Williams and Babalo Counter.

Last published 12 September 2018