Gayman’s Earth-Loving Committee - Survey

Thank you for taking the time to give us input. Please know that your feedback, suggestions, and ideas are always welcomed!

Earth-Loving Committee Mission: To improve the environmental friendliness of Gayman Elementary as well as educate the students on how we impact our planet.
All within a manner that supports the school’s teachers and staff.

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  1. Paper Recycling. Gayman continues to separate paper because we are able to raise funds for Gayman through programs such as Paper Retriever.

    Is the Blue Recycling Can sufficient for your daily paper recycling?

    Yes
    No


  1. Recycling. The large, grey bin is the most inviting trashcan in the classroom. This can is designated to recycling in an effort to encourage recycling — and to make recycling more convenient than a journey down the hallway.

    Is the Grey Can sufficient for your daily recyclables?

    Yes
    No


  1. Landfill. The smaller black bin is designated to Landfill. A smaller bin is less inviting and should make us think twice before sending something to the landfill.

    Is the Black Can sufficient for your daily garbage/landfill?

    Yes
    No


  1. If no to question #3, would adding a second Black Can to your classroom be sufficient for your daily garbage/landfill?
    Yes
    No


  1. Have the new labels been helpful to you and your students in sorting trash and recyclables?
    Yes
    No


  1. With the introduction of the new labels, did you change the location of your trashcans in your classroom?
    Yes
    No


  1. Where is your Blue Paper Recycling bin located?


  1. Where is your Grey Recycling can located?


  1. Where is your Landfill can located?


  1. Have you seen an increase in the amounts recycled by you and your students in the past 3 weeks?
    Yes
    No





Mike Testani