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WINNING ARTWORK TO FEATURE ON WASTE TRUCK

 

Ludeny Wiid from Moree Christian School and Mackenzie Barben from Moree Public School have created the winning art works for the Moree Plains Shire Council and Cleanaway’s the mechanics of organics, superheros of compost waste truck art competition.

 

Moree Plains Shire Council’s Water and Waste Manager, David Wolfenden explained the competition was a fantastic opportunity to work with schools and young people in the community to improve their understanding of how our organics composting system works and promote better recycling practices.

 

“Council and Cleanaway introduced the organic kerbside collection service to Moree in 2013, and the art competition is one of the initiatives we are using so the next generation understands the importance of organic waste and considers what goes into the household organics ‘green lid’ bin and how the general waste in their ‘red lid’ bin could be reduced,” said Mr Wolfenden.

 

Waste Art Truck design - Ludeny WiidJade Maric, Area Manager for Cleanaway explained organics is such an easy way for households to divert more waste away from landfills, while producing nutrient-rich compost for local gardens.

 

“This competition has been a great initiative for educating the community about organic waste and giving families more ways to help make a sustainable future possible,” said Ms Maric.

 

“We’re pleased to announce the winner of the art competition is Ludeny Wiid from the Moree Christian School. She created a vibrant and creative piece representing all the different types of organic waste that could be recycled. You can’t see it, but even the orange is fluorescent! We will feature Ludeny’s artwork proudly on the side of one of our council waste trucks. She will also receive a $150 gift card,” said Ms Maric.

 

The competition runner-up is Mackenzie Barben, from Moree Public School, for the great use of digital drawing. She will receive a $50 gift card.Waste Art Truck design - Mackenzie BarbenThe 22 incredible art submissions received from students of all ages, from Kindergarten to Year 12 are displayed in the showcase windows on the ground floor of the Max Arcade at the Heber Street entrance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Left) Moree Christian School student Ludeny Wiid artwork has been chosen to feature proudly on the side of one of Council’s waste trucks.

 

(Right) Moree Public School student Mackenzie Barben was the runner-up in the Moree Plains Shire Council and Cleanaway’s the mechanics of organics, superheros of compost waste truck art competition.