Glenroy Public School teams up with Carevan Foundation in oral care recycling program

Beau Greenway
Updated November 17 2023 - 2:37pm, first published 2:00pm
Glenroy Public School captains Mila Brown, 12, and Jayden King, 11, are among the year 5 and 6 students involved with the Colgate TerraCycle oral care recycling program at the school, in partnership with the Carevan team. Picture by Mark Jesser
Glenroy Public School captains Mila Brown, 12, and Jayden King, 11, are among the year 5 and 6 students involved with the Colgate TerraCycle oral care recycling program at the school, in partnership with the Carevan team. Picture by Mark Jesser

A group of Border students have been expanding their dental health knowledge through a program focused on recycling products used to clean their teeth.

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Beau Greenway

Beau Greenway

Journalist

I like to tell the stories of great people in our communities. Email: beau.greenway@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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