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workshops are available to the project’s participants
people received training in paper recycling
entrants took part in the online contest of crafts made from recycled materials
The project is aimed at fostering environmental awareness and a culture of conscious consumption. In 2020 and 2021, residents of Nizhnevartovsk, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, and Voronezh Oblast were able to participate in a series of online sessions designed to promote separate collection and recycling of paper and other recyclable waste

The Project’s content

The project’s participants had the opportunity to benefit from the recorded and published series of master classes on making interior furnishings out of recycled materials. Training comes in the format of pre-produced videos and live broadcasts. All training materials were recorded with the participation of environmental experts. Session participants learned about the classification and features of waste paper recycling, the advantages and importance of recycling, the nuances of preparing waste paper for subsequent recycling, recyclable materials’ collection points, and available options for upcycling household items that are no longer in use. They were also able to take part in a creativity contest involving a series of assignments and mini-games.

The Eco-Ball project was designed to promote environmental-awareness culture in the regions where SIBUR operates and to reinforce the principle of caring for one’s environment.