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4 Alamo Heights High School entrepreneurs have big goals for recycling plastic into 3D printing material

San Antonio Express News Logo By By Megan Rodriguez, Staff writer of San Antonio Express News | Slide 1 of 6: Alamo Heights High School seniors from left, Liv Humphries, 18, Ava Gutierrez, 18, Jamie Mays, 18 and Timandra Rowan, 18, talks about their company, FYDER, Tuesday, May 10, 2022. They started the company that recycles used plastic bags use to hold oats into filament used for 3D printing. They are in the Heights Business Incubator program at the high school and have won several awards and monies with their idea.

4 Alamo Heights High School entrepreneurs have big goals for recycling plastic into 3D printing material

Alamo Heights High School seniors from left, Liv Humphries, 18, Ava Gutierrez, 18, Jamie Mays, 18 and Timandra Rowan, 18, talks about their company, FYDER, Tuesday, May 10, 2022. They started the company that recycles used plastic bags use to hold oats into filament used for 3D printing. They are in the Heights Business Incubator program at the high school and have won several awards and monies with their idea.

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