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Solutions for Waste | January 2015

Lending Library: Save Money, Build Community

Sharing a laminator
The presence of this online platform for sharing items allows for more efficient use of resources between SCU organizations and departments.
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Chemistry Department Goes Beyond Green

Lindsay Sperling
Lindsay Sperling is modernizing general chemistry labs, challenging students to adopt sustainable chemistry practices like waste prevention and designing experiments for energy efficiency and degradation. Full story »

News and Events

Eco-Fashion 2014 models, Channing and Danielle
The Last Day of Christmas | SCOOPS: Overcoming the Winter Slump | Student Employees Engaging in Discussions of Sustainability | LOCALS Social: HouseWORMing Party | Sustainable Food Summit | Eco-Fashion & Art Show | Crude Awakening Educational Forum Full story »

Did You Know?

SCU Gone Wild Squirrel, photo courtesy of SCU Gone Wild
SCU has Gone Wild! See how Broncos are reflective and sustainable at home and abroad, and add your own observations to the database! Full story »

Take Action: Source Waste

Recycle Tower in residence halls
Tips to take action in regards to source waste | REDUCE packaging | REUSE mugs | RECYCLE universal waste and more | RESPECT your stuff Full story »

Fresh from the Forge Garden: Food Waste Remedy

Sketched Fruit from How-To: Worm Composting
Reduce your kitchen waste in 5 steps! Here is a how-to guide to worm composting! Full story »
 

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