Corowa Public School students making plastic bags sustainable

RECYCLE: Stage Two students from Corowa Public School have been hard at work making old plastic bags into reusable ones.
RECYCLE: Stage Two students from Corowa Public School have been hard at work making old plastic bags into reusable ones.

COROWA Public School students have been doing their bit for the environment – and the fruits of their labour will be showcased at the school's upcoming Science Expo.

Stage Two students have been recycling old plastic bags into reusable, environmentally-friendly bags.

Students fused the disposable bags with the help of their parents, before designing the outside of the bags themselves.

The bags were stitched together last week.

It took roughly 15 plastic bags to create the final product.

The Science Expo will be held on September 20 at the school.

The school’s cricket cup and regional spelling bee are also coming up this month.