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Special Needs Pupils Visit Recycling Site

Keenan Recycling have been helping pupils from an Aberdeenshire special needs school to learn more about recycling.

The children from Inverurie’s St Andrews School enjoyed a tour of our New Deer recycling facility and learned about the process of creating compost from food and garden as part of their Save the Planet Project.

We were delighted to help the children learn more about recycling as part of their school project as we are always keen to highlight the importance of recycling to the younger generation and give them a bigger experience of recycling. The children from St Andrews were very enthusiastic and we were impressed about how much they all knew about recycling. It’s fantastic to let children learn first hand what is involved in the process.

Teacher, Stephanie Grant, said:

“I was really impressed at the Keenan Recycling site, we were made to feel so welcome and the children had a great time. The trip has really helped the children understand the recycling process in depth.”

We also donated compost for the schools garden which has recently been renovated and gifted the children pots, shovels and compost to help them grow their own sunflowers.

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