GREENVILLE, Ohio—June 8, 2015—Versailles High School senior Abigail Didier is the 2015 Rumpke Darke County Scholarship winner.
Since 2010, Rumpke awards the Darke County Scholarship to recognize local high school seniors committed to the environment. The winning student receives a $1,000 scholarship to use toward their two or four year degree from an accredited institution.
Didier plans to attend Ohio University in the fall and study wildlife biology and conservation. Didier is a National Honor Society member and runs track and cross country.
“My dream is to work at Yellow Stone,” Didier said. “I want to use the knowledge I learn in college to better the environment not just at Yellow Stone, but everywhere I go. I want to teach others the importance of conservation.”
“I have participated in my county Trash Bash several times,” Didier said. We pick up trash and recyclables along our stretch of road to do our part in keeping Ohio beautiful.”
“Congratulations Abigail and thank you for setting a great example in our community,” said Regional Vice President Mike Bramkamp.
Rumpke has operated a trash transfer station and truck depot in Greenville since 1989, with trash, recycling and portable restroom service throughout Darke County and the surrounding area. Rumpke Waste and Recycling has been committed to keeping neighborhoods and businesses clean and green since 1932. Rumpke is headquartered near Cincinnati and is one of the nation’s largest privately owned residential and commercial waste and recycling firms. Rumpke provides services to areas of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and West Virginia. For more information, visit: www.rumpke.com.