Cobble Hill school leads charge in recycling

A Cobble Hill school is leading the charge in recycling. Seventh and eighth-graders at the School for International Studies are learning about how to help

BROOKLYN - A Cobble Hill school is leading the charge in recycling.

Seventh and eighth-graders at the School for International Studies are learning about how to help the environment and are reusing 55 percent of their paper.

The school formed a "green team" two years ago and was chosen by the Department of Education (DOE) to be a recycling champion school through the nonprofit program Grow NYC.

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