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The Woodland Park Panther Recycling Program collects and recycles electronics waste from the local community. The Special Education and Transition students in Woodland Park, Manitou Springs, and Cripple Creek-Victor High Schools work in the Recycling Depot during their school day to learn important job skills and various aspects of running a business while preparing them for graduation and entering the workforce. These youth learn the importance of recycling and the effects of hazardous waste on the environment while gaining skills in disassembling electronic components in a warehouse environment.
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To provide educational services to the students in Ute Pass BOCES who require further career exploration prior to graduation, thereby giving them important job skills and readiness for a successful transition into the world of work. This program also serves as a beneficial service to the Woodland Park community and outlying areas through educating and providing an electronics recycling depot to local residents. The Woodland Park Panther Recycling Program (WPPR) helps to decrease the amount of electronics waste being wrongfully disposed of into the environment which may create toxic and hazardous conditions. In order to provide these services to the students and the community, WPPR has worked with the State of Colorado to become compliant with all state mandated hazardous waste regulations. It is WPPR’s commitment to continually improve this program in alignment with the ideals of the environmental leadership program.
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Any questions please contact Patty Woods
Phone: (719) 686-2370
Woodland Park Panther Recycling is located inside Woodland Park Middle School, 600 E. Kelly’s Road, Woodland Park.