Eighty schools on a green mission

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  • Sunday, 19 Aug 2018

(Fourth from left) McGeown, Khalid, Dr. Kalithasan and Methodist Girls School principal Chong Moi Lian together with the teachers in front of Cenviro’s waste management collector truck.

THE Global Environment Centre (GEC) together with Recycle for Life (RFL) by Cenviro (a recycling programme that rewards cash through the use of a smart card) has launched its S.M.A.R.T (Start Managing All Resources Today) Ranger Programme in 80 Klang Valley schools.

The zero-waste programme that is funded by The Coca-Cola Foundation is expected to benefit some 40,000 students.

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