| A new interactive digital resource that has videos, infographics and a game that will test users' knowledge of waste and your management | The website, promoted by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces (FEMP), in collaboration with the Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia (FMRM) and Ecoembes, allows the user to make an interactive tour, simply, on their computer or smartphone.The Fuente Álamo Sustainable Villa Master Plan has prepared a complete interactive guide on waste management that is carried out in Fuente Álamo thanks to the collaboration of its neighbors.This resource, made available to municipalities by the Spanish Federation of Municipalities and Provinces and promoted by the Federation of Municipalities of the Region of Murcia and Ecoembes, is open for consultation online and aims to help citizens to know, in a simple and enjoyable way, the most relevant and interesting information about the waste management that is generated in your municipality and to get citizens more involved in recycling.This tool has different sections that allow the municipal information on waste management to be disseminated in an agile and transparent way, as well as facilitating citizens' knowledge of the documentation and current regulations that affect the management of all household waste that are generated at Fuente Álamo.Included in this digital resource is a game that will allow users to test knowledge and learn more about recycling in a fun way.
With it, the user will learn, for example, that the deposit of 80 cans of soft drinks, by a neighbor, in the yellow container can be used to make the rim of a bicycle.Both the Master Plan for Sustainable Villa, promoted by the Fuente Álamo City Council, and Ecoembes, have as priority objectives the promotion of the three 'R' of the circular economy (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle).
A goal that requires citizen involvement and collaboration.The interactive website is now available to all inhabitants of the Villa de Fuente Álamo through the social networks of the Sustainable Villa Master Plan, the Fuente Álamo City Council and the Villa Sostenible website, in the “Waste Management” section.Álamo Fountain, the first Sustainable Villa in SpainThe Fuente Álamo City Council has been immersed since the beginning of 2020 in an ambitious plan aimed at becoming the first 'Sustainable Villa' in Spain through the Fuente Álamo Sustainable Villa Master Plan.
This project, prepared by the Murcian company Marevents Global Communication, specialist in the development of awareness campaigns and environmental CSR projects, consists of achieving the involvement of all groups in the municipality through campaigns to promote the circular economy and awareness in a sustainable development, as well as increasing the use of technological tools available to citizens to facilitate digital procedures, eliminate paper and convert the municipality of Fuente Álamo into a 'Smart City'.Along this path, the Fuente Álamo City Council has already achieved important achievements such as the creation of a carbon dioxide sink for Aleppo pine in the hamlet of La Pinilla for the compensation of Carbon Footprint projects, the achievement of fingerprint neutrality certificates.
carbon and sustainability of the different activities carried out this year, or the implementation of different actions to raise awareness among the population, such as an exhibition dedicated to the care and enhancement of the Mar Menor, an environmental awareness day, or the elaboration of different material and digital resources for the educational centers of the municipality.Some regional dataDuring 2019 Murcians deposited 13.5 kg of plastic and metal packaging waste and briksen in the yellow containers and 13.9 kg of paper and cardboard packaging in the blue containers, increasing by 14.3% on average, their contribution in both containers compared to the previous year.For its part, in 2019, the residents of Fuente Álamo facilitated the recycling of 28.6% more waste from plastic packaging, cans and briks (yellow container) and 25.9% more from paper and cardboard packaging.
than in 2018.