Thursday, December 1, 2011
The students in the photos above are cheering because their school was chosen to participate in this year's school-wide recycling program challenge as part of the SF Rincon's reef restoration project. The chapter purchased containers from a project partner, AMEC, who manufactures waste and recycling equipment, of which are being donated to the participating schools so the students can compete against homerooms to see how much plastic and aluminum material they can recycle in one semester. Cool prizes will be given out to the students who excel in this program and the winning homeroom team will get a pizza party. The two schools participating in the region with the chapter and their respective municipalities are Jorge Seda Crespo in Rincon and MASIS in Anasco.
Contact Wessley Merten at 787-436-8300 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on helping out in this coral reef restoration and marine debris removal and prevention effort.
Posted by Wessley Merten at 9:10 AM