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Welcome to the Nebraska School Chemical Cleanout Campaign (NE SC3) website. We hope you will find the resources, training materials, and other information useful. The Nebraska SC3 Program aims to protect students and staff by raising awareness of the risk that improperly stored, hazardous, and outdated chemicals pose in schools, and by providing resource tools to use to conduct chemical cleanouts and implement prevention practices. We welcome the participation of all Nebraska schools!
Keep Nebraska Beautiful would like to thank the Nebraska Environmental Trust www.environmentaltrust.org and the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality for grant support to enable schools to properly dispose of old, dangerous chemicals.
Nebraska Schools Chemical Cleanout Campaign's goals include:
1. Get outdated and unsafe chemicals out of all K-12 schools
2. Assist schools develop and implement an on-going Chemical Management and Safety Program
3. Develop professional development for in-service teachers
4. Develop chemical management and safety instruction for pre-service K-12 science educators through teacher colleges in Nebraska