School competes for garden set
Ettalong Public School is taking part in a competition with a prize of a recycled community garden set.
The set contains equipment needed to install and maintain a vegetable garden on the school grounds, according to principal Ms Lyn Balfour.
As part of the competition, the school is seeking donations of oral care waste such as old toothbrushes, empty toothpaste tubes and empty dental floss packets for recycling.
A collection box has been installed at the school's front office.
The school will be accepting donations until the competition closes at the end of September.
The competition is run jointly by an oral care manufacturer, a pharmacy chain and an international recycling company and offers schools the chance to win a recycled community garden set by recycling oral care products.
Newsletter, 23 Jul 2019
Lyn Balfour, Ettalong Public School
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