Casella Waste Systems Inc. have awarded 8 students with $2,500 scholarships to study environmental related sciences in college.
The company has established a 20 year fund in order to support scholarships for those specific fields.
The program has provided $434,000 towards education in the environmental field since it’s been created.
Recipients were Olenka Duncan and Tim Stryker, of Canandaigua; Maggie O’Brien, of Farmington; Corinne Brown, of Hopewell; Alandra Jones, Nate Mahoney and Claire Raes, of Phelps; and Emily McFadden, of Seneca.
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