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    Recycling     

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    Put a recyckling ben in EJ

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    distribute recycling bins to students living off campus instead of trashcans in the beginning of the

    semester. i think its part of the welcome wagon program.

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    hand dryers in the learning center bathrooms or all of them on campus..it is a green campus right? :)

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    Collect unused or waste paper in each office for re-use as scrap paper.

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    Can receipt paper be recycled? If so, give the cashiers in the cafeteria a recycling bin instead of them

    throwing receipts out.

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    Provide more recycling bins in the buildings, and although this may cost expensive at first, install

    censored lights in certain buildings/rooms such as bathrooms as it can save energy.

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    Compost removal is cheaper than trash. It is extremely difficult to get public (students) to know the

    difference between garbage and compost and take advatange of it. But the staff could be taught. Whole

    Foods on Callowhill st. has over 85 pc. of their trash composted. This saves them a ton of money every

    year in garbage removal.

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    Please recycle everything! -thx

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    We need more recycling bins around campus.

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    I often want to throw paper into a paper recycle bin, but there only seem to be bins for trash or bottles

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    Set up a system for recycling cardboard. More cardboard is thrown away than any other recyclable in my

    dorm. Also, set up more recycling containers throughout campus for paper, plastic, glass, cardboard.

    Many recyclables are thrown away simply because students do not want to carry their recyclables when

    they can get rid of them in any of the numerous trash cans.

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