Omega School holds recycle exhibition

Students of Lalaji Omega International School believe that our taking resources from forests, such as paper, has a huge impact on the environment if we continue it over a period of time.

Published: 23rd April 2013 07:51 AM  |   Last Updated: 23rd April 2013 07:51 AM   |  A+A-

WORLD-EARTH-DAY

Can humankind survive on a planet with ever-decreasing resources? The forest is the most precious resource on earth.

Students of Lalaji Omega International School believe that our taking resources from forests, such as paper, has a huge impact on the environment if we continue it over a period of time.

Omega School has a recycling plant to recycle waste paper. Students of Omega operate the plant and create useful recycled products.

The first major exhibition of recycled products was dedicated to World Earth Day 2013. The products displayed included paper bags, files, folders, greeting cards, booklets and bookmarks.

Going forward the teachers, students and all the staff of the school will be using recycled paper products for their day to day use.

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