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CHS students make clean water

Campbellsville High School students recently learned how to make dirty water clean again.

 

In Dee Doss’s AP environmental science class, students recently discussed water pollution and oil spills and how they impact the environment.

 

As a lab for the assignment, students were asked to take a beaker of water and make it clean again.

 

First, students separated the oil from the water, and then worked to drain the sand, gravel, charcoal and other elements inside it.

 

After the lab, students answered questions about their experiment.

 

CHS teacher Dee Doss shows students how to separate oil from water.

CHS teacher Dee Doss shows students how to separate oil from water.

 

CHS sophomores Treyce Mattingly, at left, and Myles Murrell work to separate the oil from their dirty water.

CHS sophomores Treyce Mattingly, at left, and Myles Murrell work to separate the oil from their dirty water.

 

CHS sophomores Dakota Reardon, at left, and Jeremiah Jackson separate the oil from their dirty water.

CHS sophomores Dakota Reardon, at left, and Jeremiah Jackson separate the oil from their dirty water.

 

From left, CHS sophomore Glenn Lamer, senior Gabriel Clark and sophomores Ian McAninch, Dakota Reardon and Jeremiah Jackson work to separate the oil from their dirty water.

From left, CHS sophomore Glenn Lamer, senior Gabriel Clark and sophomores Ian McAninch, Dakota Reardon and Jeremiah Jackson work to separate the oil from their dirty water.

 

CHS teacher Dee Doss helps sophomores Treyce Mattingly, at left, and Myles Murrell separate oil from their dirty water.

CHS teacher Dee Doss helps sophomores Treyce Mattingly, at left, and Myles Murrell separate oil from their dirty water.

 

CHS sophomore Jeremiah Jackson and Glenn Lamer, at right, work to separate oil from their dirty water.

CHS sophomore Jeremiah Jackson and Glenn Lamer, at right, work to separate oil from their dirty water.

 

From left, CHS sophomores Dakota Reardon, Jeremiah Jackson and Glenn Lamer separate oil from their dirty water.

From left, CHS sophomores Dakota Reardon, Jeremiah Jackson and Glenn Lamer separate oil from their dirty water.





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