MATERIAL FACTS: Film plastic or plastic film.....even with the single-use plastic ban that went into effect on July 1 of this year, plastic film is incredibly abundant in our daily lives. According to Treehugger.com, "Plastic film is, technically speaking, any plastic less than 10-mm thick. It's usually made from polyethylene resin. Examples include zip-top bags, grocery bags, bubble wrap, and plastic wrap." Read the entire article for more interesting details about plastic film: https://www.treehugger.
With your diligence, in the last 3 years, we have kept 11 tons of film out of the landfill and off to be made into plastic lumber! This short video will show you what is accepted and what isn't and also what happens to the film we collect: https://youtu.be/
District PATH to Wellness Team
LNSU Central Office
Michele Aumand - Wellness Champion/Wellness Leader
Waterville Elementary School
Alyssa Fuller - Wellness Leader
Karen Collier - Wellness Leader