Over 300 students from 50 schools took part in 102 projects in EEG's 'Art from Waste' competition. Image Credit: Supplied

Dubai: The Emirates Environmental Group (EEG), which held the “Art From Waste” competition recently, has honoured its winners.

Over 300 students from 50 schools took part in 102 projects across the UAE.

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Habiba Al Mar’ashi, Co-Founder and Chairperson of EEG, said, “The annual Art from Waste Competition, a flagship initiative of EEG, stands as a testament to our commitment to environmental education and stewardship. Through this innovative platform, students gain invaluable insights into the impact of their choices on the environment, nurturing a deeper understanding of environmental issues and fostering the development of essential skills to address them.”

In the ‘Students of Determination’ category, Al Noor Training Centre, Dubai, emerged the winner, with Springdales School Dubai, the first runner up.

Rumaitha Al Ansariyah – Cycle 1, Fujairah won in the ‘Table Lamp’ category, with Ethen School – Cycle 1, Ras Al Khaimah and RAK Academy Al Hamra, RAK being named the first runners up and Emirates Future International Academy, Abu Dhabi the second runner up.

In the ‘Robot’ category Mayoor Private School, Abu Dhabi emerged as the winner, Zayed Educational Complex - Al Dhait, RAK and Al Ain Junior School, Dubai as the first runners-up and Al Khawaneej School – Cycle 2, Dubai the second runner up.

New Indian Model school, Dubai was the winner in the ‘ Garden Furniture’ category, followed by Al Sadiq Islamic English School, Dubai as first runner up and Al Aqsa Private School, Ajman as second runner up.