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Zero Waste Program | Curious Mix

Zero Waste Program | Curious MixTwo sixth graders decided to do something about the enormous amount of waste people produce each day. Zero Waste, Middle School, Zero Waste Cafeteria Project, Curious Mix2018-07-25T00:00:00-04:00
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Imagine the amount of food waste and garbage after one meal at your house. Now multiply that by two, three, four, or five hundred kids and that is a lot of trash. Two sixth graders decided to do something about it by starting a program to reduce waste at their school called the Zero Waste Cafeteria Project. Reporter Carter Barrett brings us the story.

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