News : Ecomovement goes back to school with new partnership

Jun 11, 2012

Posted by the Granite State Sentinel

By Emma Groves

EcoMovement Consulting and Hauling is well known amongst homeowners and businesses in the seacoast area for their unique composting programs. But now owner Rian Bedard has a new clientele: students.

Thanks to a growing demand by school administrators to have a composting program implemented in their schools, recycling education is about to reach a whole new level. As of the end of February, there were five schools that had partnered with the Portsmouth-based EcoMovement: East Kingston Elementary, Dondero School and New Franklin School in Portsmouth, and Traip Academy and Horace Mitchell Primary School in Kittery, Maine.

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