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USD 112 goes green, saves on trash fees

HOLYROOD —Central Plains USD 112 school district heard at its regular monthly meeting that Wilson school has cut its trash collection fee from one-half to one-third primarily by recycling.

The district has hired a firm out of Lincoln that will take away all of its recyclables. In addition, the city of Wilson has worked with the district on the fee.

"We’re getting paid for recycling," said Superintendent Steve Woolf. "It’s a good, green way to handle paper, and glass." The district receives a small reimbursement.

The schools in the southern part of the district recycle as well, but ...

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