Proposal

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Republic of the Philippines
Batangas State University
National Service Training Program
Batangas City
PROJECT PROPOSAL
I.
Title of the Project
"Trench Composting"
II.
Location
Batangas City Area
III.
Duration/Time Of Implementation
Every Saturday 8:00am-3:00pm
IV.
Type of Community Extension Program
A. Capability Building Training
Livelihood
B. Environmental/Ecological Program
- Waste management
- Environmental Management
V.
Department Involve/ College Involve:
1. National Service Training Program (NSTP) office
2. College of Industrial Technology
VI.
Project Leader and Coordinators
(Instructor, Leader and all Members with Contact Information)
VII.
Cooperating Agencies / Partners
Barangay
Republic of the Philippines
Batangas State University
National Service Training Program
Batangas City
VIII.
Beneficiaries:
- Out of School youth
- Parents
- Administrators
- Community
- Students
IX.
Total Cost of the Project
Approximately 5,000-10,000
X.
Rationale:
Trench Composting is a way to compost kitchen and garden waste,
including weeds that requires almost no work on your part and enriches your
soil on as litle as one month. This comppst method is completely invisible,
completely undetectable by smell and can just fit anywhere in the garden.
XI.
Objectives:
This project is guided by the following objectives:
1. Make the available vacant lots usable for the people;
2. Reduce the amount of waste that usually goes in municipal landfills; and
3. Reduce the expense involved in waste collecting,
transportation.
XII.
handling and
Description of the Project, Strategies and Methods / Plan of Action:
Creating a compost pit at home or trench composting requires burying kitchen or
soft yard wastes such as chopped leaves or grass clippings in a simple pit or trench.
After a few weeks, earthworms and other microorganisms in the soil will convert the
organic matter into usable compost.
Republic of the Philippines
Batangas State University
National Service Training Program
Batangas City
Strategy:
- Although organized systems are effective, you can simply use a shovel or
post hole digger to dig a hole with a depth of at least 8 to 12 inches.
- Place the pits strategically according to the garden plan or create small
compost pockets in random areas of the yard or garden.
- Fill the hole about half full with kitchen scraps and yard wastes.
XIII.
Financial Plan / Proposed Expenditures / Fund Raising Activities:
Things needed:
- Shovel
- post hole digger (optional)
Prepared by:
Aclan, Judy Angel M.
Paciol, Jay Jean F.
Noted by:
Ms. Veronica A. Burog
Republic of the Philippines
Batangas State University
National Service Training Program
Batangas City
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