Foundation for Waste

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Foundation for Waste (Garbage Foundation)

By Macarena Guajardo Mavroski Operations,

Santiago, Metropolitan area, Chile

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Voting Completed

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Why they have stepped forward

Largely through lack of awareness, the population of Chile had generated a massive amount of waste. The entire country suffers from illegal landfills, contaminated water, damaged landscapes and air pollution.
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What they have done:

From the beginning, the project generated massive support from the community. They encourage transformation of landfill sites into constructive waste depots that facilitate recycling, reuse, composting and behaviour modification to create a zero waste lifestyle. This shift reduces pollution and improves the environment. They are aware that recycling is not the only solution, therefore Foundation for Waste works hard in encouraging prevention, collaborating with local event organisers. They aim to prevent the use of non-recyclable materials during big events, recommending the use of sustainable alternatives. At the end of each event, Foundation for Waste release a report documenting the amount of waste recovered, expressed as its equivalent weight of carbon dioxide. So far, Foundation for Waste has participated in more than 20 events, recovering up to 99% of the waste generated and preventing the emission of eight tonnes of carbon dioxide into the air.
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What has changed

Massive local involvement continues to drive the project’s rapid  growth. This in turn has led to the web platform, “Basural.com” (dump site), used for disseminating creative, architectural art and design projects that reuse recycled materials. Basural platform has been utilised in more than 200 countries, communicating the importance of reducing waste. Their online courses, which deliver tools and develop skills to tackle the problem of garbage in an integral way, count 11,000 participants to date. The project collaborates with 55 organizations and has a social network community of over 32,000 members.
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What they are going to do next

The immediate challenge is to work with municipalities and other organizations willing to coordinate volunteers and carry out on-site education. The next step is to make the initiative grow in its region and replicate it elsewhere in Latin América in collaboration with other environmental organizations.
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Summary

Landfill sites have morphed into constructive waste depots that facilitate recycling, reuse, composting and behaviour modification to create a zero waste lifestyle. This shift reduces pollution and improves the environment. People are now also aware that recycling is not the only solution; therefore Waste Foundation works hard on prevention in collaboration with local event organisers.
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Foundation for Waste (Fundación para los Desechos)

la dirige Macarena Guajardo Mavroski, una arquitecta y profesora de la Pontificia Universidad Católica De Chile.

En Santiago, área metropolitana de Chile

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La población de Chile ha generado una cantidad enorme de desechos. En gran parte debido a la falta de conciencia. Todo el país padece los efectos de la aparición de vertederos ilegales, que contaminan las aguas y el aire, además de dañar el paisaje.
Desde el principio, el proyecto atrajo un apoyo masivo de la comunidad. Animaron la transformación de los vertederos en depósitos que facilitan el reciclado de desechos, la reutilización, el compostaje y la modificación de comportamientos para crear un estilo de vida que no genere desechos. Este cambio reduce la contaminación y mejora el medio ambiente. También son conscientes de que el reciclaje no es la única solución, por lo cual la Fundación para los Desechos se esfuerza en fomentar la reducción de desechos, colaborando con organizadores locales. Se enfocan en animar a reducir el uso de materiales no reciclables en las grandes celebraciones, recomendando que utilicen alternativas sostenibles. Al final de cada celebración, la Fundación de Desechos elabora un informe documentando la cantidad de desechos recuperados, expresado como su equivalencia en toneladas de dióxido de carbono. Hasta ahora la Fundación para los Desechos ha participado en más de 20 celebraciones, recuperando hasta un 99% de los desechos generados, previniendo así la emisión de ocho toneladas de dióxido de carbono al aire.
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Impacto

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El rápido crecimiento del proyecto se debe a la participación masiva de gente del lugar, lo cual ha resultado en la creación de la web “Basural.com”, como instrumento  para diseminar la reutilización y reciclaje de materiales en proyectos arquitectónicos, artísticos y de diseño. La plataforma de Basural.com la usan en más de 200 países, informando de la importancia de la reducción de desechos. Sus cursos online proveen las herramientas para desarrollar las habilidades para atajar el problema de la basura de forma integral. Hasta la fecha cuenta con 11.000 participantes. El Proyecto colabora con 55 organizaciones y en las redes sociales tiene una comunidad de más de 32.000 miembros.
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Qué es lo próximo que van a hacer

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El próximo reto es trabajar con municipios y otras organizaciones dispuestas a coordinar voluntarios para llevar a cabo la educación in situ. El próximo paso es hacer que esta iniciativa crezca extendiéndose por toda la región y se reproduzca en otras regiones de Sudamérica  en colaboración con otras organizaciones medioambientales.
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En síntesis

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Los vertederos se han transformado en depósitos que facilitan el reciclado de desechos, la reutilización, el compostaje y la modificación de comportamientos para crear un estilo de vida que no genere desechos. Este cambio reduce la contaminación y mejora el medio ambiente. Y son conscientes que el reciclaje no es la única solución, por lo cual la Fundación para los Desechos se esfuerza en fomentar la reducción de desechos, colaborando con organizadores locales.
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废物处理基金会(Fundación Basura)

由Macarena Guajardo Mavroski运营,

Nairobi, Bungoma and Siaya – Kenya

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智利人口产生了大量的废物,主要原因是缺乏相关意识。整个国家饱受非法垃圾填埋、水污染、破坏景观和空气污染的困扰。
该项目从一开始就得到了社区的大力支持。他们鼓励将垃圾填埋区转变成有建设性的废物站, 便于回收、再利用、堆肥和改变大众行为以培养零浪费的生活方式。这项转变降低污染、改善环境。他们明白到回收不是唯一的解决办法,因此废物处理基金会与当地的活动主办方合作,努力推动预防工作。他们的目的是在大型活动中,防止不可回收材料的使用,而建议使用可持续的替代品。在每场活动之后,废物处理基金会发布一份报告,记录废物的回收量,并换算成二氧化碳的相对排放量。截至目前, 废物处理基金会共参与了二十多项活动, 回收多达99%的废物,避免了八吨的二氧化碳排放。
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所带来的变化

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本地民众的大规模参与持续推动该项目快速增长 。继而催生了网络平台(Basural.com) ,用来宣传使用再生材料的创意、建筑艺术和设计项目。Basural平台已在200多个国家中被人们使用,交流减少浪费的重要性。他们的在线课程提供工具和发展技能,以整体的方式解决垃圾问题,迄今为止共有11000人参与。该项目与55家机构合作,拥有超过32000名会员的社交网络。
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下一步计划

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当前面临的挑战是要与愿意协调志愿者的地方政府和其他组织合作进行现场教育。下一步是该项目在本地区的成长,并通过与其他环保团体的合作,将其复制到拉丁美洲其他地区。
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摘要

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他们鼓励将垃圾填埋区转变成有建设性的废物站, 便于回收、再利用、堆肥和改变大众行为以培养零浪费的生活方式。这项转变降低污染、改善环境。他们明白到回收不是唯一的解决办法,因此废物处理基金会与当地的活动主办方合作,努力推动预防工作。
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