Once the classroom containers are full, students empty them into the recycling dumpster. A rotation of parents and high school students has been set up to empty the recycle dumpster and take the items to the county Convenience Center.
What a simple way to teach an awesome lesson to teach our children, and I love that they are getting truly involved at such a young age. It shows if we all do just a little bit, together we can make a big impact. I’m guessing this is just the kind of thing Wisconsin Senator Gaylord Nelson had in mind when he came up with Earth Day in 1969. A Cleaner World has been doing our little bit, hoping to make a big impact, for over 25 years now. We recycle our dry cleaning solution. We ask customers to return their no longer needed hangers to us as well as place their used poly bags in the bottom of their express bags when dropping off.
locations; we’ll be glad to explain how the program works. To make sure your used poly bags are recycled, simply stuff them inside your express bag, place your dirty clothes on top, and we’ll take care of it from there. For more ideas on ways you can do just a little bit at home to make a big impact together, click here.