Region: 
Balkans
Name of the country team: 
Let's do it! Romania
Contact e-mail: 
romania [at] letsdoitworld [dot] org

Ionut Iordachescu

LDIR 2013 coordinator

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Anamaria Hancu

Communications

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Anca Banita

Communications

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Andrei Cosuleanu

Fundraising

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Alina Stochita

HR

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Radu Rusu

Network

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Geo Atreides

IT

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Luciana Petroiu

Cleanup day

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All cleanups

Timesort icon Cleanup project name Region within the country Actual number of volunteers
28.09.2013 (All day) Let's Do It! Romania 200000
29.09.2012 (All day) Let´s Do It, Timis! Timiș 2853
12.05.2012 (All day) Let's do it! Romania 182000
24.09.2011 (All day) The National Cleaning Day - Let's Do It, Romania! 250000
25.09.2010 (All day) Let's Do It, Romania! 200000


Media coverage in other channels

Timis Online - Thu, 06/02/2014
Clean World Conference taking place in Kosovo, Pristina. Let's Do It! Romania representatives are taking part of it. Read more »
ETV - Thu, 16/01/2014
Estoninan National TV show about the delegation of the President of Estonia on a state visit to Romania. The show introduces diplomacy, relations between countries, history and background of Romania. The show also concentrates on Let's Do It! movement in Romania (The Let's Do It! part starts at 16:42 minutes) Read more »


News

20.11.2013 Around half a million volunteers came to clean up their countries in autumn »
Fifteen countries and about half a million volunteers gave their contribution to the fastest growing civic action Let’s Do It! World Cleanup by cleaning up illegal waste in their countries.
31.10.2013 Journalistic perspective on Let’s Do it! – “why bother?” »
By Alexandra Wieser, producer of the Cosmos Factory Filmproduktion


World Cleanup 2012

Cleanup project: Let´s Do It, Timis! – 29.09.2012 (All day)
Contact: [email protected]
Timiș
Actual number of volunteers: 2853
Amount of waste collected: 450 m3
Short overview
The event was organized by EcoStuff Romania
Organizing
Structure. There are 6 members in the core team. We have organised LDI in Timis county since 2010. In May 2012 we created EcoStuff Romania as an NGO.
Finance. Sponsorship
Partners. Continental Automotive and Frigoglass provided us with money and two smaller local companies Fast Point and Florimpex-Tim who provided us with the bags.
Volunteers. 2853 volunteers, 33 city administrations, 16 NGOs, 45 schools, 12 companies
Logistics. Transportation of the garbage was organised by the companies that usually do that for the city. There was a meeting with the environmental supervisors of every city in our county. We asked them to arrange (and they did) the garbage to be picked up and transported.
Waste
Short overview of mapping. Close to the every city and few recreation areas we did not map garbage point, but in the larger areas about 40%
Cleaned garbage points: 33
Estimated amount of garbage: 1100 m3
Waste handling. Everything went to sorting and then recycling
Waste types. Mostly plastic, about 70%
Cleanup project: Let's do it! Romania – 12.05.2012 (All day)
Actual number of volunteers: 182000
Amount of waste collected: No information
Short overview
12 May 2012" Viitorul in Zori"" ONG, in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment 300 000 bags of trash was collected. All 41 departments of the country participated. Recycling rate - 37% of the trash bags were directed to the recycling centers
Situation before the cleanup
Far too many illegal dumpsites, especially in the rural area.
Organizing
Structure. The organization was created for the 2011 cleanup. There were 3 PMs and 50 people in the coreteam
Finance. Voluntary work from the organizers + sponsoring from companies. We had a special fundraising department.
Partners. Authorities - with connexion, logistics and people
Volunteers. Around 450 organizers
Waste handling. 37% - recycling companies 63% - landfills

Some lovely story from the cleanup day

http://www.facebook.com/LetsDoItRO Dr. Stefan Ionut Buciuc stefan [dot] buciuc [at] letsdoitromania [dot] ro



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