Indian girl honoured in UAE for Green efforts

An 8-year-old Indian origin student named Nia Tony was honored during the 22nd edition of Emirates Recycling Awards in Dubai, United Arab Emirates (UAE). She won the award in the paper section in the individual category for collecting a total of 14,914 kg of paper waste.

Key Highlights:-

1. Ms. Tony was honored with Eco Champions of Recycling award for her efforts in keeping the environment clean by collecting paper waste.
2. She campaigned around her residency area to collect paper so that it can be recycled. Every week, she used to go out for collecting newspapers, magazines, and other paper that people threw away or didn’t want to keep.
3. She collected nearly 15,000 kg of paper waste in Gulf’s United Arab Emirate (UAE) as part of a nationwide recycling campaign.

The campaign was organized by the Emirates Environmental Group (EEG), a non-governmental professional working group based in UAE. The Emirates Recycling Awards were conducted to celebrate World Environment Day (observed on 5 June). The event was held under the Patronage and in the esteemed presence of H.E. Engr. Sheikh Salem Bin Sultan Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chairman of Department of Civil Aviation and Honorary member of EEG.

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