Within the ERASMUS+ Project WaMPPP, representatives of the project coordinator, College of Applied Technical Sciences Niš, VTŠ NIŠ, have visited the primary school “Učitelj Tasa” in Niš, 11-12 June 2019.
The purpose of this visit was education of 1st and 3rd grade pupils, about the waste, recycling, environmental safety and saving the planet, by donating brochures “Waste is not a garbage” and “What we going to throw in a basket”.
This activity was accepted very well by the pupils and they showed a significant knowledge about recycling.
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