There are 80 green points throughout the city and 56 of them have outreach workers It, by following all safety protocols, provides information to neighbors about segregation and handling of recyclables.
“It is very important for everyone to know that separating recyclables at home is easy, and that they have green spots, bells and green bowls all over town.” Minister of Public Space and Urban Health Clara Museo.
Know where to take your recyclables
The Green point It is one of the collection methods that city dwellers have to dispose of in the recyclables that they separate in their homes.
It is located in green areas and distributed in all the city towns.
• 80 Green Points have a 24-hour front desk. To carry recyclables.
• 56 is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm. Outreach worker receives the material and is also responsible for promoting recycling.
• The green dots have three slots so that users can deposit their recyclables at any time of the day, beyond personal interest.
• All green points receive paper, cardboard, plastic, metal and glass. They also receive batteries, used vegetable oils (in sealed plastic bottles) and RAEES, but must be delivered exclusively to outreach and designated days and times. Only in this way the rest is guaranteed not to contaminate the materials.
Remember, you can leave your recyclables 24 hours a day at reception points inside Green Points and not outside.
We currently have 80 green points, 56 of which have sensitization factor, ensuring that all communes have at least one green point with interest. Teams operate Tuesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm and have all personal protection items like alcohol, gloves, masks and chin straps.
56 green points with interest:
• Plaza Rosario Fera Penalosa: Av. San Juan and Chacabuco (Commune 1)
Plaza Emilio Miter: José Andrés Pacheco de Melo y Larrea (Commune 2)
Plaza Petrolina Rodriguez: Rodriguez Peña and Paraguay (Commune 2)
• Dr. Square. C. M. Velasco Ibarra: Av. Jujuy y México (Commune 3)
Plaza Colombia: Av. Montes de Oca and Brandsen (Commune 4)
• Plaza Nueva Pompeya: Av. Sáenz y Traful (4th Commune)
Plaza Boedo: USA and Sanchez de Lorea (5th commune)
Plaza Almagro: Sarmiento and Bulence (5th commune)
Rivadavia Park: Av. Rivadavia and Florencio Balcarce (Commune 6)
Plaza Amadeo Sabatini: Colpayo and Valese (commune 6)
Plaza de los Periodistas: Nazca and Neuquén (7th commune)
Chacabuco Park: Assembly Avenue and Poane (7th commune)
Villa 1.11.14: Av. Perito Moreno and Av. Varela (Commune 7)
Plaza Angel Grace: Nazca and Neuquen (commune 7)
Plaza Misericordia: Lautaro and Francisco Bilbao (commune 7)
Plaza 11 de Noviembre: Street of the Directorate and Italy (commune 7)
• Plaza Sudamérica: Av. Piedrabuena and Av. Fernández de la Cruz (Commune 8)
Lugano Station: Delphine Gallo and Martiniano Leguisamon (Commune 8)
Lugano 1 and 2: Olascoaga (Commune 8)
Sargento Cabral Square: Jose Leon Suarez and Martinez de Huze (Commune 9)
Plaza Domingo Oliveira: Oliveira 824 (commune 9)
Avellaneda Park: District Street and Fernandez (Commune 9)
Santojani Park: Lisandro de la Torre and Acassoso (Commune 9)
Juan B. Gusto: Av. lvarez Jonte 6383 (Commune 9)
Sarmiento Square: Cosquin and Toyoti (commune 9)
Slaughterhouses: Av. Gral. Paz 12950 (Commune 9)
• Plaza Don Bosco: Av. Lope de Vega and Elpidio González (Commune 10)
Plaza Villa Real: Ramon Lista and Moliere (Commune 10)
Plaza Velez Sarsfield: Chivilkoy and Bogota (commune 10)
Plaza Falcon: Falcon and de Benedetti (commune 10)
• Plaza de la Bandera: Av. Juan B. Justo y Gaona (Commune 10)
Piazza Aristóbulo del Valle: Campana and Baigoria (Commune 11)
• Plaza El Maestro: Av. Francisco Beiró and Pedro Calderón de la Barca (Commune 11)
Plaza Arenales: New York and Mercedes (Commune 11)
• Plaza Echeverría: Dr. Pedro Ignacio Rivera y Bauness (12th commune)
Piazza Zapiola: oath and the donation (12th Commune)
Marcus Suster Square: Monroe and Miller (12th commune)
Plaza in a world: Artigas and Larsen (12th commune)
Plaza Martín Rodríguez: Havana and Argerich (12th commune)
• Plaza Alberdi: Laraldi and Mariano Asha (12th commune).
Makena Square: Kramer and Ramallo (12th commune)
Saavedra Park 1: Roque Pérez and Paroissien (12th commune)
• Saavedra Park 2: Av. García del Río y Pinto (12th commune)
Plaza Castelli: Juramento y Conde (13th commune)
Plaza Palcars: Manzanares and Vuelta de Oblijado (Commune 13)
Plaza Manuel Belgrano: Cuba and Juramiento (Commune 13)
Paseo de las Américas: Ramsay and Blanco Encalada (Commune 13)
• Plaza Mafalda: Santos Dumont and General. Enrique Martinez (13th Commune)
Plaza Garicoitis: Virrey Loreto y Delgado (13th commune)
Plaza Güemes: Medrano and Charcas (14th commune)
Plaza Armenia / Palermo Viejo: Malabia and Nicaragua (Commune 14)
Plaza Peru: Figueroa Alcorta Street – corner of the Malba Museum (Commune 14)
Las Heras Park: Salguero 2450 (14th commune)
Plaza Benito Nizar: Antisana and Olaya (15th commune)
Nobel Square: Bucharest and Hamburg (15th Commune)
Los Andes Park: Av. Dorrego y Guzmán (Commune 15)
A complete list of 80 green points with reception open 24 hours a day
Protocol for operators:
The reopening of parks and squares allowed spacing measures to reopen Green dots With new protocols:
● The workers returned to work, first from the outside and now from the inside as well. The workspace is supposed to be most of the time outdoors and in minimal contact with recyclables.
● Operators can offer help and advice to neighbors to bring materials to the green point and also attract new interest in the classroom. Not only will they receive the materials, but they will guide the neighbor to deposit them himself.
● This new role allows operator awareness to dwell in green dot from a more active place, drawing neighbors’ attention.
● This organization allows us to continue promoting good habits and promoting a message of concern for the environment; In addition to maintaining an active relationship with neighbors.
● This new method was applied gradually, taking into account the work of the existing protocols. The priority is to protect the health of workers.
● It started with 34 green dots (today there are 56) chosen on the basis of the variables. 1) Greater reception of materials, thus greater communication with neighbors. 2) Make sure all communes have at least one green point in this way.
● Teams operate from Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm.
● Green dots receive plastic, cardboard, paper, cans and glass. Plus RAEES, AVUS, and batteries.
This new method of care will continue to open gradually, as it will be tied to proper compliance and operation of established protocols. Map where you can find it.
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