School Recycling Information
SOCRRA provides FREE recycling collection to
schools located in our member communities in Michigan (Berkley, Beverly Hills,
Birmingham, Clawson, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Huntington Woods, Lathrup
Village, Oak Park, Pleasant Ridge, Royal Oak and Troy). For more
information on SOCRRA's School Recycling Program,
click here or call SOCRRA at 248-288-5150.
information about recycling carts for schools,
you a Michigan Green School?
The Michigan Green Schools program is coordinated
through the Oakland Intermediate School District. Recycling is one of the required criteria to
become a Michigan Green School ó why not let SOCRRA help you start a program at
your school? For more information about Green Schools, please visit
2009/2010 Information Flyer for Michigan Green Schools
School Recycling (Video):
This video provides an overview of what and how to recycle at
schools in SOCRRA communities in Michigan. This is a great tool to use at the
beginning of the school year to kick-off your program and remind
students about recycling while at school.
Taking the Next Step at
your School (Video):
Cafeteria Recycling: For schools looking to divert even more material
from the trash, the cafeteria is full of opportunities. Learn about how
to set up a cafeteria recycling program, modeled by Pierce Elementary
School in Birmingham, Michigan.
ABCís of School Recycling (Video):
Starting a recycling program can seem daunting if you donít know where
to begin. As a Michigan Green School, Pierce Elementary in Birmingham
recycles papers, bottles and cans, and other recyclables from their
cafeteria. It didnít happen overnight, so learn more about starting a
program at your location with lessons learned at Pierce.