Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Students Question Waste

Newspaper article The Queensland Times (Ipswich, Australia)

Students Question Waste

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BUNDAMBA Secondary College Year 10 Art students are set to use art to explore the themes of water, recycling and the environment through a series of workshops through WaterSecure's Community Support Program.

The program was designed in partnership with Reverse Garbage, a Brisbane-based workers cooperative that collects pre-consumer waste otherwise destined for landfill from businesses in South East Queensland and sells it at low cost to the community, especially schools and artists, and WaterSecure, the Queensland Government authority that owns Western Corridor Recycled Water.

The Reverse Garbage mobile workshop van will be stationed at Bundamba Secondary College today and tomorrow, giving the students workshops on the theme of water and the environment, the products of which will later be part of an exhibition alongside other schools involved in the program. There is a prize for the school with the best art work.

WaterSecure CEO Keith Davies said schools located near WaterSecure's facilities in South East Queensland had been invited to participate in the program. …

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