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Does your school recycle? Take a survey

NYC H2O is a small educational nonprofit, run by a former NYC teacher, that offers programs about New York City's water and environment including educating teachers and school staff about recycling. The group is conducting its second citywide survey of recycling in the public schools and would like to know how your school is doing.

Last year's survey showed that while about three-quarters of the city's schools have some sort of recycling effort, there was uncertainty about what was being done with the recyclables. Some teachers reported that paper discarded in blue recycling bins was actually tossed out with trash.

Take the survey here and let NYC H2O know how your school is doing with recycling.



Last modified on Tuesday, 23 October 2012 12:09

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