Farmington Public Schools are getting greener and greener by the year.
A few things Farmington Public Schools are going to go green:
School, partnering with a firm that specializes in recycling old
electronic equipment. Students and volunteers collected more than 25
tons of used computers, monitors, printers, televisions, VCRs/DVDs and
other equipment, which will be recycled rather than placed into a
6,500 fluorescent light bulbs and 160 cubic yards of scrap metal. Some
2,400 pounds of batteries were recycled with Batteries Plus in
that 75 percent of the demolition generated from each project be
recycled. For instance, gravel from school re-roof projects will be
used as stone backfill for storm drainage at the East Middle School
parts, washer solvents and buys in bulk, which is more cost efficient
and reduces packaging waste.
See the whole list here.