What a waste!

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SCIENCE was high on the agenda when secondary schools across Glasgow took part in a showcase of cutting edge ideas about transforming the city’s waste.

Thirteen schools throughout the city, including some from the southside, were involved in an intensive, 10-week programme of outbound visits, expert presentations, practical modelling and desk research before their work was assessed by a panel of experts from the Scottish government, Zero Waste Scotland and the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA).

It is part of an annual programme called Go4SET and is sponsored by the country’s leading resources and renewable energies company, Viridor, along with Glasgow city council and the Engineering Development Trust (EDT).


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