Greenway students travelled to Lebanon, New Hampshire to visit Hypertherm Associates, a leader in industrial waterjet and precision plasma cutting. Students spoke with Hypertherm’s team about what it means to have big environmental goals at a manufacturing site.
Hypertherm showed us their to approach to reducing waste by means of a recycling cart on the manufacturing floor. Employees can leave items they aren’t sure how to recycle, which prevents them from going into a landfill.
Rep. Laura Sibilia Visits Greenway
Representative Laura Sibilia, an Independent from West Dover and Vice Chair of the House Environment & Energy Committee, joined Greenway students for supper and conversation last week. The evening was a great opportunity for our students to engage with a local politician about sustainability and public policy.
What Kinds of Engineering Problems Make For Rich Learning?
Mark Somerville has been reflecting on the need to define KINDS of engineering problems as we build Greenway’s project-based curriculum.