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Posted: Thursday, 02 May 2013 5:31AM

KDHE Awards Green Grants to 27 Schools



     TOPEKA, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has awarded grants totaling nearly $83,000 to 27 of the state's public schools for recycling-related projects. The grants were awarded for the next school year and will help pay for recycling bins, composting programs, programs for handling cafeteria waste and field trips to recycling centers. The grants are financed with a state fee of $1 on each ton of waste at a landfill.
     The six schools receiving the largest grants of $4,500 each were: Erie High School, Hoisington Middle School, Rose Hill High School, Briarwood Elementary School in Prairie Village, Brookwood Elementary School in Leawood and Wyandotte High School in Kansas City. The only school in Sedgwick County receiving the grant was the Independent School, which received  $4,400.  South Haven schools in Sumner County got $750.

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05/02/2013 5:39AM
KDHE Awards Green Grants to 27 Schools
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