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West Virginia Solid Waste Authority Teams with Apple Valley Waste for School-based Recycling Challenge

Any Berkeley County public school, private school, classroom or school-based organization may participate in the challenge.

The Berkeley County (W.Va.) Solid Waste Authority and Apple Valley Waste have teamed up to launch a voluntary, school-based recycling challenge called Operation Greenlid. Any Berkeley County public school, private school, classroom or school-based organization may participate in the challenge.

First place winner will receive $500, the second place winner will receive $300 and the third place winner will receive $200. All winners will be selected at the end of the school year.

Herald-Mail Media has more details:

The Berkeley County (W.Va.) Solid Waste Authority and Apple Valley Waste recently announced the launch of a school-based recycling challenge.

The challenge encourages voluntary participation in the “Operation Greenlid” recycling program.

Read the full story here.

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