RECYCLING INITIATIVE... Port Broughton Area School reception teacher Kelly Heading and principal Joelene Anderson and Barunga West Council CEO Andrew Cole with reception students at the recycling bins handover. Back: Dash Barclay, Harley Palmer, Emily Richardson, Asha Hewett, Sophie Boyce, Jaxson Cox, Chloe Hewett, Elsie Stringer, Kiara Barnes; front: Koby Ward, Jaspa Barnes, Tiernan Fealy, Marcus Powell, Isaac Sims. RECYCLING INITIATIVE... Port Broughton Area School reception teacher Kelly Heading and principal Joelene Anderson and Barunga West Council CEO Andrew Cole with reception students at the recycling bins handover. Back: Dash Barclay, Harley Palmer, Emily Richardson, Asha Hewett, Sophie Boyce, Jaxson Cox, Chloe Hewett, Elsie Stringer, Kiara Barnes; front: Koby Ward, Jaspa Barnes, Tiernan Fealy, Marcus Powell, Isaac Sims.

Joining forces for War on Waste

PORT Broughton Area School and Barunga West Council have joined forces in the War on Waste with a recycling initiative.

“After learning about ABC TV’s War on Waste, the Port Broughton reception students wrote a letter to council asking if it could help them do more recycling,” council CEO Andrew Cole said.

“We organised to give them two bins — one yellow lid for recyclables and one dark green lid for paper and cardboard — which the class is going to use to collect items for recycling.

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