The New three R’s: Reduce, reuse and recycle

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Pint−sized preservationists received a fun−filled lesson on how to make their classrooms, their homes and their communities cleaner and greener during an eco−fest at Public School 102.

Billed, “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle,” the day of empowerment transformed the auditorium into a database of demonstrations, workshops and other educational sessions, designed to inform the budding conservationists about how to achieve and maintain a sustainable environment.

Those who brought in their recyclables, including batteries, light bulbs, crayons and outdated cell phones and ink cartridges, received a free raffle ticket.

The eco−fest was part of Earth Day celebrations at the school, 211 72nd Street.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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