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All treats and no tricks for Eco-monsters at Grange Primary School

30 October 2018 14:51

The NI Water education team visited eco-monsters in Grange Primary School in Kilkeel to tell them about how we can all reduce plastic by refilling a reusable bottle from the tap.

NI Water provided all pupils at the school with water bottles to encourage pupils to refill them with tap water and therefore reduce the amount of ‘scary’ single use plastic bottles that could potentially end up polluting our seas. The school also received a waterbutt and ‘save a flush’ devices to help them to reduce their water usage.

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Photo Caption: Eco-monsters at Grange Primary School in Kilkeel had a visit from the Education Team. The pupils discussed how they can reduce plastic pollution by refilling a reusable water bottle straight from the tap.


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