Recycling Duel

What is it?

The Recycling Duel is part of the Sustainable City Challenge. It is a tournament style recycling competition based on results from audits on staff kitchen bins.

How will it work?

Round 1 (November to December 2015)

Staff teams will be randomly split into 3 groups. Following the audits, each team will be ranked individually against every other team within their group.

Points will be allocated as follows:

  • 2 points for a ‘win’ when ranked against another team in the group
  • 1 point for a ‘draw’ when ranked against another team in the group
  • 0 points for losing when ranked against another team in the group

At the end of the ranking exercise, the top 4 highest scoring teams in each group will proceed to the next round and will earn 1 point each towards their overall score for the Sustainable City Challenge.

View the results of Round 1

Round 2 (January to March 2016)

The 12 teams will be randomly split into 2 groups and the same procedure as Round 1 will be followed. The top 4 highest scoring teams in each group will proceed to the next round and will earn 2 points each towards their overall score for the Sustainable City Challenge.

View the results of Round 2

Round 3 (Quarter Finals – March to April 2016)

The 8 teams will be randomly split into 2 groups and the same procedure as Round 1 and 2 will be followed. The top 2 highest scoring teams in each group will proceed to the next round and will earn 3 points each towards their overall score for the Sustainable City Challenge

View the results of Round 3 (Quarter finals)

Round 4 (Semi-Finals – April 2016)

The same procedure as Rounds 1-3 will be followed for the top 4 teams. The top 2 highest scoring teams will proceed to the next round and will earn 4 points each towards their overall score for the Sustainable City Challenge.

View the results of Round 4 (Semi finals)

Round 5 (Finals – Early May 2016)

The final 2 teams will go head to head for a chance to win the Recycling Duel. The winning team will earn 5 points towards their overall score for the Sustainable City Challenge.

 

 

CLICK HERE to view an example of the audit sheet.

 

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