Time for our Question of the Week! The first person to to answer correctly, or get closest to the answer by Friday at 4:00 pm, will win an OSU reusable cold cup like this one! Submit your answer here (“Leave a Reply,” below), on our Facebook page or tweet it to @osurecycling on Twitter. Only [...]
Archive for September, 2012
Waste Watchers is a joint group between Campus Recycling and the Student Sustainability Initiative that works on events and other outreach related to waste reduction on campus. Drop by our first event of the year to enjoy snacks, learn about the volunteer team, meet new people who share your interests, and try your hand at [...]
With the start of a new academic year, we thought it appropriate to remind everyone that the OSUsed Store will continue its weekly sales throughout this year. The OSUsed Store is open Wednesdays: 1st Wed. of the month: 5:30-7:30 pm All other Wednesdays: 12:00-3:00 pm Located at 644 SW 13th Street (on 13th Street between [...]
For our final WISDOM OF THE WEEK for summer, we’re asking you to share the wisdom. Please use the share buttons below to email and/or share this post on social media. This post is the final installment of our Wisdom of the Week series, furthering your knowledge about waste reduction every Wednesday during summer 2012.
Campus Recycling, the OSU Sustainability Office, University Housing and Dining Services and the Student Sustainability Initiative are recruiting resident students to serve as paid Eco-Representatives (Eco-reps) in three residence halls this academic year (applicants from all halls are welcome). Eco-reps will work to educate their peers about sustainable lifestyles and resources, assist with marketing and [...]
Do you want to compost at home or work but don’t have outdoor space or the know-how? If yes, then creating a worm compost bin may be the answer for you. It takes little space, is simple to use and can be made for little or no cost. To get you started, check out this [...]
This Wisdom of the Week is a quote from Denis Hayes, an environmental activist best known for helping coordinate the first Earth Day and for his work on solar power in the United States. This quote is perfectly-timed given the first Beaver football game is this weekend (for real this time)! This post is part [...]