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SAVE YOUR SEASHELLS - SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT

Student: Gavin Raddall

District/Region: South Shore District

Event: 2011 Canada-Wide Science Fair

Grade 9 - South Queens Junior High School

Six million used, lead-acid batteries containing sulfuric acid are disposed of each year in Canada. This experiment demonstrates how to neutralize the pH of this acid in an environmentally-friendly manner using clam or oyster shells. This is a cost-effective way to reduce the toxic waste in our environment.
  • Excellence Award - Intermediate - Bronze Medal
  • Challenge Award - Intermediate - Resources $750
  • Western University Entrance Scholarship $1000
Total: $2,050




Gavin Raddall

Gavin Raddall - SAVE YOUR SEASHELLS - SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT

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