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Videos 11-14 years Commended Entry – Save Wood

submitted by St. Margaret College Boys Secondary Verdala : Lenard Camilleri  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school media, website
filed under Video Clips

In Malta wood is used to make balconies, doors, boats and sheds. Salvu the carpenter explained in an interview that wood can be restored to its original state by first scratching off the paint, treating the wood with chemicals to get rid of any termites and then polishing the wood again. By restoring wood people will be helping the economy, the environment and saving old Maltese furniture. The main advantage today is that wood restoration can be done much faster today that it was done in the past.

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Photos 15-18 years Commended Entry – Worthy Worms

submitted by St.Michael School : Karl Buhagiar  for 15-18
dissemination(s): school magazine
filed under Photos

Some people may be afraid of worms and do not think highly of them.  But some species are really worth breeding.  The worms seen in the picture are all the time eating and eating.  In fact, they are really efficient in consuming our waste – be it kitchen or garden waste, newspapers and magazines, in fact, anything that is biodegradable.  It only takes several weeks for these worms to turn waste into fine compost and manure with no offensive smells in the process.  Local governments should consider seriously the adoption of treating waste by this method because it would save them big headaches with regards to the location of waste treatment plants, smell pollution and other undesirable problems.  In addition, the use of fine compost and manure produced by worms would eliminate the use of synthetic fertilisers by farmers and keen gardeners, thus reducing the level of pollution in our aquifers.  The work done by this amazing creation is able to effect positively our environment and should indeed be considered as worthy and precious little worms.



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Articles 15-18 years Commended Entry – The Human Impact on a stretch of Coastline

submitted by St.Aloysius College Sixth Form : Farrugia, Jasmine  for 15-18
dissemination(s): facebook groups, other, school media
filed under Articles

On a small stretch of the Maltese coastline one unfortunately finds more human influence than natural environment. A case in point is the coastal area of Marsaxlokk Bay which currently harbours the following berthing facilities: Delimara Power Station, Malta Freeport, Oiltanking and others. In this article I analysed the human impact on the Ballut Marshland and the surrounding area done with the construction of the Power Station, the concrete wall face, the road and the breakwater. Thus further development in Marsaxlokk-Delimara will sure leave an impact on the environment.

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Photos 15-18 years Commended Entry – Destroying my rest place

submitted by Santa Margerita GSS Cospicua : Nirvana Grech  for 15-18
dissemination(s): EkoSkola Notice board, other, Parents Day, Teachers' Face book
filed under Photos

Kultant meta jaghmlu xi progett ikissru l-paci u l-ftit hdura li ghandna…. li kultant ikun post ta’ mistrieh ghal diversi persuni matul il-jum. Fuq dan il-bank kont nistenna lil shabi qabel nidhlu l-iskola, issa qerduh. Mhux sew. Il-progress ma ghandux ikisser izda isebbah u ihaddar… meta ser nitghallmu?



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Videos 15-18 years Commended Entry – Bothersome Building

submitted by St. Aloysius College : Martina Mifsud  for 15-18
dissemination(s): website
filed under Video Clips

In the south of Malta there is a nuisance; a hotel; which though priceless in its day, is now reduced to a pile of rubbish. In this video I present the problem and propose a reasonable solution. Enjoy!

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