Pupils help to win with waste

2015-09-29 06:00
Main photo: The pupils of Cascade Primary School with some of their collected waste.

Craig Wilson

Main photo: The pupils of Cascade Primary School with some of their collected waste. PHOTOS: Craig Wilson

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The final two contestants are taking part in the clean-up and recycling competition of Peninsula Beverage (the local bottler and distributor of Coca-Cola Company products in the Western and Northern Cape) which is running until October.

On Monday last week, Cascade Primary School in Tafelsig celebrated their clean-up day with Woodville Primary School following on Wednesday.

The schools are encouraged to collect as many plastic bottles, cans, paper and glass bottles as possible. The school with the highest percentage of waste collected per pupil will win R10 000 toward school improvments. Imperial Primary School collected 1224kg waste two weeks ago

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