Recycling drive helps pay for Alabama school’s computers

The Decatur Daily of Decatur, Ala., reports that a local high school is using money raised from a recycling program to pay for educational technology. The Nucor Steel company is paying the school for its recycled items, and a local company is offering the school free towing for junk vehicles. After collecting 6.34 tons, the school had already raised nearly $2,000. The school plans to buy 25 computers with money raised from the program.

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