Videos

Why Should My School Become an Oregon Green School?

 

How to Become an Oregon Green School

 

Saving Little Pieces of Our Earth: Oregon’s Curbside Recycling Journey

Find out where your recyclables go when they leave the curb and how they get turned into new things! If you would like a free copy of this video, please email us or ask your coordinator.

IN ENGLISH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsIiD1nRE8M&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLUO9E3cULi8NcmphSP-y3d3ipjdtI3qwH

Salvando Pequeños Pedazos de Nuestra Tierra

IN SPANISH: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qa8Ga9-AGBQ&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLUO9E3cULi8NcmphSP-y3d3ipjdtI3qwH

 

Gladstone High School (a Premier Level school!) created this great video about their efforts to reduce the use of bottled water:

 

WHAT is a MRF and How Does it Work?

A Material Recovery Facility  or MRF (sounds like surf) is where they mixed (commingled) recycling is separated.  See how MRFs work by watching this 3 minute animated video.  Keep in mind that while this facility shows glass as being accepted, virtually every community in Oregon prohibits glass in the mixed recycling (it’s typically collected separately). 

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The following 5 minute video shows a MRF in action, in Clackamas, Oregon:

 

Sweet video called “Little Green School” created by Taft Elementary School in Lincoln City