InSinkErator, a business unit of Emerson, hosted a sustainability workshop for primary students of Al Mawakeb, Al Barsha.
The workshop aimed to drive awareness around food waste and recycling, while promoting environmental stewardship and included a coloring contest which saw the winner have the latest innovation within food disposers, the Model 66, installed at home.
The Model 66 instantly grinds and washes food waste, without the need for blades, while using less than one percent of the total household water consumption. Featuring quiet sound reduction technology, the stainless steel grinding system comes with a four year guarantee and can handle up to 980ml of waste in its grinding chamber.
Mohamed Karam, senior business development manager, InSinkErator Middle East and Africa said, “We want to work closely with the education sector and teachers especially to link environmental awareness to the curriculum through a meaningful and coherent approach. We hope to take this edutainment model to more schools in the country. It is important to foster such a foundation for understanding for our collective future. This awareness campaign is part of our efforts to support the government’s plans to ensure zero waste in landfills by 2030.”