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Recycling with Kids & Inkjet Cartridges Recycling Programs: Fundraising for Schools
Recycling with kids is a great way to develop understanding for our environment. Teaching kids to recycle builds a respect for the local environment today’s society needs so desperately. Recycling with kids is perfect for developing companionship between kids and adults and also kids with other kids in there community.
Recycling with kids is a great way to develop understanding for our environment. Teaching kids to recycle builds a respect for the local environment today’s society needs so desperately. Recycling with kids is perfect for developing companionship between kids and adults and also kids with other kids in there community. Recycling programs are a great way to develop the social skills of our youth as well as help preserve our environment. Running recycling programs educates students on how to re-use products that have served their original purpose. They also positively influence the mind set of people . Good ideas to recycle with kids are basic and simple. Organizing recycling programs for kids will also give a positive message to the community about the school and also a positive image of the individuals involved. Kids can also walk through housing areas picking up recyclable trash and help clean up neighborhoods, this is perfect for class activities and community building provided they are supervised by a responsible adult. When developing recycling programs, teachers and advisors can coordinate activities that benefit the environment and also raise money for their school. One product which is relatively new on the recycling scene is printer ink cartridges. A great idea for school recycling programs is to have the students collect these used printer ink cartridges from neighboring home and businesses. Some company’s will even offer financial compensation for the student’s efforts that can go to supporting the school and to buying new equipment. Millions of printer ink cartridges are disposed of in landfills every year, however many of them can be refilled and sold again. Recycling programs involving printer ink cartridges reduces the waste in landfills, minimizes production costs and can provide schools with a form of compensation to be used on scholastic programs and activities. Millions of households every year in the United States alone go through printer ink cartridges and small to large businesses multiply the usage greatly.