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Attention K-12 School trendsetters and difference makers.
The World Life Fund (WWF) & Environmental Research & Education Foundation (EREF) is accepting signups now for the SCrAP Project to understand and prevent school cafeteria food waste. Get Involved and Learn More HERE.
The School Cafeteria Discards Assessment Project (SCrAP) was developed by the Environmental Research and Education Foundation (EREF) – in collaboration with the School Nutrition Foundation and World Wildlife Fund – to quantify both food waste and related wastes (eg. recyclables, to landfill) generated in cafeterias at K-12 schools nationally. The project aims to gather information regarding the quantity of waste generated in school cafeterias and obtain an understanding of how this waste is managed both at the school and after it is hauled away.
Would you be willing to help? We are looking for trendsetters who want to make the environment cleaner and greener while at the same time educating students. Specifically, we need elementary, middle, high schools and combined schools (eg. private, charter) to participate in the program.
Get Involved and signup here HERE >> https://erefdn.org/school-cafeteria-waste/