Education & Tours
Garaventa Enterprises introduces our new Recycling School Program for students from preschool to 12th grade. Our new and exciting educational program will teach students about the importance of recycling and will encourage students to keep our environment clean. We introduce simple, yet effective ways to help maintain our planet’s beauty for generations to come, while allowing students to reflect and engage with ideas of their own. With our grade-appropriate lesson plans that satisfy the California Standards, students will gain knowledge and enjoy interactive activities within a 30-to 50-minute time frame in the classroom.
We are dedicated to educating young people as to their responsibilities in preserving the environment. Our company’s motto is “We are here to serve you!” This new program is one way to give back and keep our communities clean, green, and beautiful for years to come.
If you are interested in learning more about our free new Recycling School Program, please contact Adriana Medina via email: Adriana@garaventaent.com or via telephone at (925) 771-2721.
Mt. Diablo Recycling offers school presentations to all grade levels. The lesson focuses on the 4 R's: Respect the Earth, Reduce, Reuse and Recycle. Presentations are about 45 minutes long and include interactive games and question-and-answer period. If you are interested in a school presentation, please contact Adriana Medina at (925) 771-2721, or email her at Adriana@garaventaent.com
Mt. Diablo Recycling offers facility tours of the daily operation of Mt. Diablo Recycling in Pittsburg, CA. The tour is about 45 minutes long. It is a very educational tour with interactive games on the 4 R's: Respect the Earth, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. If you would like to set up a tour, please contact Adriana Medina at (925) 771-2721, or email her at Adriana@garaventaent.com.
For more information on recyclable material, please click on the links below.
For information on California's new division of recycling, CalRecycle, please visit their website, www.calrecycle.ca.gov
We are all in this together. So let’s do our part to reduce, reuse, and recycle