Check Our Video Projects


Watch out our latest Project – THE TRASHFORMER

Team Iwastology launched a project called THE TRASHFORMER.  They engaged students from grade 5 and 6 of Kasiglahan Village Elementary School in San Jose, Rodriguez, Rizal, to think and innovate things out of their own trashes.  The class with the most innovative and creative project will win Php 500.00.  Follow us in battling the school trashes – be a TRASHFORMER!


Solid Waste Management: The Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte Way

Last October of 2011, one of the students of Silid Aralan, Inc., Felonina Bernales, with her adviser, Arcie Mallari, went to Sto. Tomas, Davao del Norte to witness, document and share the best practices of the said municipality. Sto. Tomas was given numerous awards in terms of Solid Waste Management. The team hopes that by documenting and sharing this to the public, they may dream of having the same community, and will inspire them to make a difference in their community.


Recycling Project: Best Practices from Smoky Mountain

Our students also went to Smoky Mountain in Manila to document the best practices of one organization in the community.  Through this video, the students were able to share to their community what they can do to their trashes.  It inspired the community when they have a public viewing of all their videos to the students, principals, teachers, parents, and even the local government.


Our Tour In Payatas

Another team went to Payatas to document the transformation of the site since the avalanche of garbage happened last July 10, 2000, killing hundreds of people.



1. Davao Fruits:

2. Philippine Eagle:

3. Davao Durian:

4. Aerial view of Davao City:×600/3/davao3.png?et=kifBBhYsWy0el9NT%2CxgAUw&nmid=259658827

5. Davao People’s Park:

6. Mt. Apo:

7. Kids at Festival:

8. Kadayawan Festival:

9. Davao Statue:

10. Music for Video 1: Maguindanaon Kulintang Ensemble

11. Music for Video 3: Lennon, J. (1971) Imagine. On Imagine (Audio CD). New York City. Record Plant


One response

28 12 2011
Cool Green Magazine

[…] St. Georges School and devised the once-a-month live Skype chat sessions in which students swap videos theyve created about waste in their community and discuss strategies and techniques to combat this […]

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