Calif. School Gets Serious About Recycling

12/20/2001 | CNN

Using worms, pigs and ingenuity, the dedicated students of Oak Grove Elementary School in Graton, Calif., have reduced the school's trash output from eight cubic yards per week to one. Paper scraps are fed to worms, pigs feast on lunch leftovers, and teachers and students are vigilant about what constitutes "nonrecyclable trash." The school saved about $1,400 in trash collection fees last year.

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