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Green Club

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The Green Club and Business students thank you for your support of the 
recycling program. 

To date, we have recycled over 656 pounds of aluminum, glass and plastic! 
The students collected:
Plastic #1 516.5 pounds
Glass 125.3 pounds
Aluminum Cans 112.15 pounds
Plastic #2 3.0 pounds
Thank you for your support of this important program!

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Green Club meetings are every Friday of the month from 2:40-3:15. Come join us in room D-6!
See you there!

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The Green Club students joined with members from DECA and the Key Club to clean up a local park and community.  The "Hallow-Clean Up" Event was sponsored by Sacramento's Vice Mayor, Allen Warren, the City of Sacramento,  Atlas Disposal, Republic Services and the Del Paso Blvd. Partnership.

The students spent the morning of Halloween picking up trash from the park and areas around the park.  The students did a great job and were rewarded with a lunch.

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Members of the Rio Linda High School Green Club participated in a Breast Cancer Walk.  The Green Club supports recycling and community service.
Green Club members gathered in front of a capitol building for a Breast Cancer Walk

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We need more recycling bins for the RLHS campus.

Click here to order a "free" recycle bin!  

When received please drop by room W-3.

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Students, Teachers Staff and RLHS Community,

The Green Club is accepting cans and bottles to be recycled. 


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You can help make the earth cleaner by bringing your cartridges and small electronics.

The following items will be accepted:
  • cell phones
  • digital cameras
  • inkjet cartridges
  • laser cartridges
  • mp3 players/ iPods
  • laptops
  • gps devices
Many of these items can leave toxins behind and take over a thousand years to decompose in landfills, but recycling them is a fast and easy way to help prevent this from happening.

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