OPHS starts e-waste program




To maintain its commitment to “green” operations, the Oak Park Unified School District is rolling out a new e-waste recycling program.
Superintendent Tony Knight said the school recognizes that electronic waste and household batteries must always be recycled.
“These items should never be placed in the trash as they end up in landfills, where they can leach out hazardous materials into the environment,” Knight said. “Additionally, most of the materials in these items can be recycled, saving the ...

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