Congratulations to our 2017-2018 Trash Free Lunch Challenge Schools

20 schools in the greater Los Angeles area competed in Grades of Green’s 7th annual Trash Free Lunch Challenge, and we could not be prouder of their results! The Trash Free Lunch Challenge is a competition for elementary and middle schools to see who can reduce their lunchtime waste the most This year, schools have collectively diverted 46,350 pounds of waste (over 460 tons of trash!) from landfills. Check out the press featuring these awesome schools below:

Keller is a Trash Free Lunch Champ - LBUSD News (also available here)

Los Alamitos school finalist in waste reduction competition - Orange County Breeze (also available here)

Saugus schools succeed in Trash Free Lunch Challenge - Santa Clarita Valley Signal (also available here)

Trash Free Lunch at OLG School - Easy Reader News (also available here)

Local elementary kids clear 460 tons of garbage and a 40 under 40 award winner (also available here)