Latest Entries

Sea View

submitted by St.Albert the Great College : Elenio Aquilina  for 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, School notice board, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos
awarded: Commended

Litter ruins an otherwise gorgeous seascape. This photograph was taken in Mellieha, in the vicinity of Popeye’s Village.



Read More

Muddy Waters

submitted by St.Albert the Great College : Alan Grech  for 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, School notice board, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos
awarded: Commended

Valletta is rich in history, art and architecture but poor in green recreational areas. Shouldn’t the maintenance of these areas be prioritized? This photograph was taken in Hastings Gardens, Valletta.



Read More

Making Valletta Green Again?

submitted by St.Albert the Great College : Yosef Galea  for 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, School notice board, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos
awarded: Participation

A plastic bottled planted in the soil just a few centimetres away from a trash can. This photograph was taken in Hastings Gardens, Valletta.



Read More

Leaf Litter

submitted by St.Albert the Great College : Bernard Pullicino  for 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, School notice board, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos
awarded: Commended

In public gardens, one can find several trash cans where one can dispose of waste. However, some chose not to make use of these trash cans. This photograph was taken in Hastings Gardens, Valletta.



Read More

Sea Bathing

submitted by St.Albert the Great College : Elenio Aquilina  for 11-14
campaign: Litter Less Campaign Entry
dissemination(s): other, School notice board, school magazine, school media
filed under Photos
awarded: Commended

In Malta, one can dispose of bulky household refuse at one of the ‘Civic Amenity Sites’ located around the island. Should this be inconvenient, one can call the local council and set an appointment for an employee of the Bulky Refuse Service to collect the refuse from one’s household. Both services are free of charge. However, some prefer to use neither. This photograph was taken in tal-‘Qrejten’, limits of Bahar ic-Caghaq.



Read More