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Jonathan Jürs, Troel Bejstrup Quistgaard, Gyrup Larsen, Anders Bo, Nader Ferozi, Marc Jørgensen, Winther Larsen, Kim Kenneth & Sune Bjørn Pedersen

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


In modern times recycling has become a hot topic in the western hemisphere. We live in a time with an ever increasing focus on sustainability, climate changes and the well being of our planet is taking priority and an unavoidable influence in our daily lives. The project strives to increase the awareness of an exchange centre situated inside a local recy- cling depot on Vermlandsgade in Copenhagen. Through the heightened awareness we hope to increase the flow of re-usable items passing through the exchange centre. The increased flow of items ought to lengthen the lifespan of daily life items and decrease the amount of waste ending up in the nearby recycling depot. In order to do so we aim to map out potential users of the exchange centre, whom are already roaming around the recycling depot and thereby be able to target the appropriate audience with the intention of making them aware of the existence of the exchange centre and thus increasing the user base of the centre. The developed solution to the problem is a mix of posting of signs on containers as well as the introduction of signs and messages on staff uniforms.

UddannelserBasis - Humanistisk-Teknologisk Bacheloruddannelse, (Bachelor uddannelse) Basis
Udgivelsesdato17 jan. 2013
VejledereRosengaard Eisenhardt & Pernille Karen


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