Two that come to mind are the annual newspaper drives at St. Mary's Catholic School in Spring Lake and White Pines Middle School in Grand Haven, but neither use the Paper Gator recycling bins.
"Though we have a very active and comprehensive recycling plan for within the school, we do not use Paper Gator," said Dennis Furton, superintendent for Spring Lake Public Schools. "We may consider doing so if the staff at one or more of our buildings were to have an interest."
"Many of our schools have recycling programs, but I am not aware of Paper Gator," said Keith Konarska, superintendent of Grand Haven Area Public Schools. "If you have additional information about that program, I would be happy to pass it along."
I passed along the information to him. The recycling company has a Byron Center office and they have bins all over the Grand Rapids area. The company's website says bins are located at two West Olive churches, several locations in the Coopersville area including Lamont Christian School, and Allendale public schools.
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