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REDUCE, REUSE, RESOURCE: Reducing Household Waste|Final Presentation

Jenny Chan


Quantity over Quality?


Contamination Problem Paper Grades Recycling Collection Scheme

- Separate - Comingle

Paper Sorting <1%

Low Medium High

Recycling

Kraft Special

Contamination

10% WRAP, 2009. Choosing the Right Recycling Collection System. WRAP. (June)

Landfill or Incineration


Comingle Collection & Flats Highest Household Recycling Rate in London Bexley Harrow

Kingston

Lambeth

100% of households in Houses Captial Waste Facts 2010. Borough Service Information

Lewisham

Towwer Hamlets

Westminster Southwark 100% of households in Flats


Observation Insight: Paper Bag as Bins


Target Users Workers: 20 to 35 yr old Living in flats in central London, especially boroughs with comingle recycle collection system Users of computers and internet, smart phones, social networks Average understanding and partial participation in reuse and recycle behaviours


User Interviews Summary “I don’t know any future plans or goals for recycling in my area... I just need to know what facilities they have for me to do it properly” Lok (30) “Sorting recycling is too time-consuming for me” Priscilla (24) “Our building don’t have recyclng at all, there is nothing to prompt me to do it.” Catherine (25) “I know paper is a useful resource but the environment impact of not recycling it feels too far away from me.” Sam (29)


Brief To increase usersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; awareness regarding reusing and recycling paper in their household, &; To prevent contamination to paper at the earliest stage and for as long as possible


Storyboard:


Just [BOX] Kit

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Trash Just [BOX]

Dear Resident, This present you are holding is made up of 100% unwanted paper. When you want to throw away your waste paper, hold on a minute, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t trash it, [box] it! Unfold your present and find out how to fold it back again so you can learn how to make it. If you really must trash your paper, can you make sure that you leave it protected, dry & clean? So that it can be used again to create boxes by others? You can simply do that by start using the paper basket in your present and use it for your recycle paper to separate it from other materials. Or alternatively, register at www.justbox.org.uk and donate your paper to us so more boxes can be made for other people to use in their home!

45 x 35 x10 cm

8.1 x 6.3 x 5 cm


Just [BOX] Kit: Explanation Cards

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Trash Just [BOX]

TYPE 001:

Find out other ways to create TYPE 001 paper boxes, or other box types with unused paper in the house

Dear Resident, This present you are holding is made up of 100% unwanted paper. When you want to throw away your waste paper, hold on a minute, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t trash it, [box] it! Unfold your present and find out how to fold it back again so you can learn how to make it. If you really must trash your paper, can you make sure that you leave it protected, dry & clean? So that it can be used again to create boxes by others? You can simply do that by start using the paper basket in your present and use it for your recycle paper to separate it from other materials. Or alternatively, register at www.justbox.org.uk and donate your paper to us so more boxes can be made for other people to use in their home!


Just [BOX] Kit: Explanation Cards


Just [BOX]: In the Home


Just [BOX].org.uk: Supporting Website

www.justbox.org.uk


Just [BOX].org.uk: Website Content Photo Gallery of Possible Look & Usage Council Recycling Schemes Information How to Make a Box: video & Instructions Types of Boxes Changing Shapes & Sizes Types of Paper

Connection to Other Partners Information

Donate Paper Register Service

Social Net to raise awareness

General Recycling Information


Just [BOX] Stakeholders & Service Summary Printing Supplier

Delivery Service

Waste Management Company

Local Authority Waste Paper Supplier

Recycle Paper Supplier

Local Authority

Improvement / Reward

New Perspective First Contact Touch Point

Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t Trash Just [BOX]

Dear Resident, This present you are holding is made up of 100% unwanted paper. When you want to throw away your waste paper, hold on a minute, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t trash it, [box] it! Unfold your present and find out how to fold it back again so you can learn how to make it. If you really must trash your paper, can you make sure that you leave it protected, dry & clean? So that it can be used again to create boxes by others? You can simply do that by start using the paper basket in your present and use it for your recycle paper to separate it from other materials. Or alternatively, register at www.justbox.org.uk and donate your paper to us so more boxes can be made for other people to use in their home!

Engage

Inform/ Educate/ Inspire Website Support

Users

Users Community Designers/ Artists

Designers/ Artists


User Testing & Feedback: Planning Observing Users Testing using Prototype Feedback via Interviews on Concept Interviews with Stakeholders for Feedback: e.g. Local Authorities, Local Waste Management Companies, Paper Companies, Housing Management Services Trial-run with one group of flat residents for two weeks to observe results


Thank You


User Survey:


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