Did you know that Newton schools do not have enough recycling bins and most of them do not have accurate signs listing what materials are recyclable? We need volunteers from every school to fix this problem now! Please join our efforts to ensure schools have recycling bins and signs so that the recycling is not thrown away or contaminated with trash. Contact Joana Canedo, Co-chair of Green Newton School Connections at [email protected] in order to coordinate a school-wide effort.
New signage for your school is available to download here:
|Office/Classroom Signage||Cafeteria/Kitchen Signage|
|Recycling Sign (Green)||Recycling Sign (Green)
Trash Sign (With Organics Collection)
Trash Sign (Without Organics Collection)
Brought to you by the Green Newton School Connections and City of Newton, Department of Public Works, Sustainable Materials Management office.
Want to find out more? Join us at the next GN School Connections meeting on Thursday, March 14, 3:45-5pm in the Druker Auditorium of the Newton Free Library (330 Homer St, Newton).Benefits of using standardized signage01
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