Daily Forty Niner · Beach Weekly S8E10 — Oil Spill off Orange County Coast, Recycling on Campus and Earth Day Issue
At Long Beach State there are various items that can be recycled on campus, here’s a list to help find those places.
Associated Students Inc. leaders have decided to close the on-campus recycling center after finalizing the budget for the upcoming fiscal year.
The residential dining halls, along with other places on campus, have implemented new signs above waste bins to reflect waste changes. The waste bin installations are all part of “Waste Not,” LBSU’s campaign to go waste free by 2030. According to Campus Planning and Sustainability, 14 buildings on campus[Read More…]
Ken Perdue of office supply behemoth Staples will school Cal State Long Beach students on recycling and e-waste when he speaks this Thursday from 11 a.m. to noon at the Barrett Athletic Administration Center Conference Room, adjacent to the Walter Pyramid. The National Manager of Sustainability for Staples Business Advantage[Read More…]
BThe assistant manager at the Associated Student Inc. Recycling Center, Eric Bryan, said he lives life following one simple motto: recycle or die. Bryan and Lee Johnson, the recycling coordinator at the ASI Recycling Center, said they believe that recycling is essential for a greener planet. “In general, recycling saves[Read More…]