What We Do
To strive for carbon neutrality and zero waste at Madison West High School by implementing resource-efficient solutions and increasing environmental education throughout the broader community.
We are pursuing several sustainability initiatives at our school. Click here for more information about each of those initiatives.
- (October 2017) Recycled over 3,000 pounds of electronic-waste at our biannual electronic-waste recycling drive
- (May 2017) Collected 495 signatures from students petitioning for a solar energy project at Madison West High School
- (April 2017) Recycled over 4,500 pounds of electronic-waste at our biannual electronic-waste recycling drive
- (March 2017) Raised funds to install three filtered energy-efficient water fountains to promote a culture void of plastic waste
- (November 2016) Recycled over 4,000 pounds of electronic-waste at our biannual electronic-waste recycling drive
- (October 2016) Expanded our recycling program to include batteries and ink cartridges
- (March 2016) Implemented our TerraCycle program to recycle commonly-used packaging
- (January 2016) Helped Madison West High School become one of two schools in the Madison Metropolitan School District with a composting program