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The Incinerator

 The 1960 Year Group built an incinerator for the School as their golden jubilee project when they realised that the School  did not have an efficient and environmentally friendly system for disposing of its garbage and waste. The refuse used to be burnt in an open fire in an isolated area of the School compound, emitting a lot of smoke. Unfortunately, the open fire is not intense enoughj to completely burn properly and is often extinguished by the rain. The School's garbage accumulated at the site leaving a very bad odour which blew across parts of the compound.

As a result of this, the 1960 Year Group decided to build an incinerator  and train two workers of the School to manage it. The incinerator was formally handed over to the School on 11th March 2010.



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