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Marine public transport

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Marine public transport
Trash bins
Marine Public Transport - Trash Bins
A simple thing that can lead to a big change

By Mattija Caruana and Christine Mizzi
Thanks to Dr. Vincent Caruana, Martin Galea De Giovanni and Raisa Tarasaova
designed by Péter Puklus for Prezi
The Main problem
Trash bins do not have lids on them so thrash flies away during windy days and trash goes into the ocean.
Solution
Our idea is to create trash bins that have bolted lids. They would be colour coded bins to separate at source.
Our Objectives
To reduce trash in the oceans
To minimise the visual impact in the oceans
To promote tourism
To train crew people in promoting basic environmental responsibility
What we shall do
Month 1 – Setting the Ground
• Continue with our research. Ask help from experts (E.g. Alan Deidun).
• Contact suppliers (E.g. Gauci Borda).
• Contact major stakeholders (E.g. Gozo Channel, Comino Ferry, Ferries, Captain Morgan, Party boats).

What we shall do
Month 2 & 3 - Implementation

• Contact other organisations with whom we want to collaborate (e.g. Nature Trust (NGO), Lets do it (NGO), Ministry for the environment).
• Hands on research e.g. Compare bins on a windy day (before and after.)
• Do face to face meetings with different ferry companies to ensure that when bins are full they will be cleaned up as soon as possible.

Fishermen work amidst floating garbage in Manila Bay. Photograph: Erik de Castro/Reuters
What we shall do
Month 4 – Final Dissemination

• We will mention Mario Ruivo Prize.
• ADVERTISE through social media (e.g. Facebook, Instagram, etc.)
• Article in papers – Times of Malta.

Estimate of how much will it cost us
Bins: €600
Stickers: €100
Designer: €50
Advert: €50
Transport: €50
Infographic: (according to designer)
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