Coastal Cleanup Day – September 20th, 2014


Did you know you can help clean up the coast right here in Thousand Oaks? Show your community spirit and concern for our local creeks (which lead to the ocean) by being one of 60,000 people across the state to take part in the upcoming 30th Anniversary of California Coastal Cleanup Day! Volunteers will remove debris from the coast, creeks, rivers

FREE Document Shredding September 20th

Shredded paper recycle bin

Old receipts and documents piling up in your home? Are you looking for a secure way to dispose of sensitive information for FREE? The City of Thousand Oaks is hosting a document shredding day on Saturday, September 20th. This FREE event will be held from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at the Conejo Valley Unified

Ingenuity: How Preventing Waste Made Waves!


September 18th, World Water Monitoring Day, is quickly approaching and is a great opportunity to think about how we interact with this precious resource and how other environmental initiatives such as recycling tie into making our waterways safer and less polluted. The World Water Monitoring Challenge launched in conjunction with World Water Monitoring Day to monitor

CRV Data Submission Drawing Winner: Lang Ranch Elementary

Principal Chris Ridge, and 5th grade Student Council member, Sophie B.,  were presented with the $50 gift card prize by Rod Cordova from the City of Thousand Oaks.

Lang Ranch Elementary finished off the 2013/14 school year strong by winning the May/June CRV data submission drawing! CVUSD Recycles would like to congratulate and thank Lang Ranch students, staff, and the Student Council Recycling Team for their recycling dedication! The Student Council collects the CRV bottles and cans throughout the campus at various collection

Back To School – Get Involved, Get Green!


The new school year is upon us and it’s a great time to get involved in something ‘Green’ on your campus! There are environmental initiatives and activities taking place at nearly every school within CVUSD, including Recycling Clubs/Green Teams, Student Council, and exciting sustainability events throughout the year. You can also get involved by encouraging

The New School Year is Right Around the Corner: Welcome Back CVUSD Recyclers!!

Keep up good recycling habits and environmental awareness during the summer break!

Welcome back CVUSD students, parents, staff, and supporters!! The 2014/2015 school year promises to be full of exciting educational endeavors, new beginnings, and a huge potential to minimize waste! From school supply shopping to packing lunches on the first day, there are tons of ways to be green, while saving green! Simple solutions include reusing

CRV Data Submission Contest – Last Call for Your Bottle and Can Collection Totals!


Attention all campus Recycling Coordinators!  The CVUSD Recycles Program will be holding the FINAL CRV Data Submission Drawing on June 27th!! Please submit all of your CRV data and receipts for bottles and cans collected and redeemed in May and June, to be eligible for this final drawing. The prize? A $50 VISA Gift Card! The

Schools Out: Happy Summer and Recycle On!


This summer will be full of fun activities like vacations, beach trips, barbecues, and fun in the sun. As the school year wraps up, and classes and projects come to a close, it’s important to remember to take your recycling habits home with you, and practice sustainable living both on campus and off! It is