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Trojans Recycle

Motivated by findings from a comprehensive waste audit that revealed that 80% of the items in the trash at Castro Valley High School could be composted or recycled, students in Nick Whitaker's Leadership class took immediate action.

Students created a video to promote recycling on campus and raise awareness about a planned food scrap diversion program slated to launch at the start of the next school year.

The high quality public service announcement video uses small doses of humor, smooth animation, and narration based on the findings from the waste audit to encourage students to take advantage of the existing recycling system on campus.