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By the Greening Events EcoReps Leaders The McGraw Center for Teaching and Learning recently completed renovations to its kitchen space, which included installing a new...
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Princeton Facilities recently launched the “Recycling on Campus” mobile app to make recycling easier for the campus community. Through the app's search function, users...
Article originally appeared in The Daily Princetonian by Naomi Hess '22 Many college students throw away unwanted dorm items at the end of the school year. The EcoReps...
Together with our Greening Move-Out/In EcoReps team, we hosted our 3rd annual Move-In Resale on September 14. The sale, which supports the University's sustainability...
In support of the University’s sustainability objective to strive for a zero-waste campus, for the first time this year we are piloting an opt-in model for reusable...
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At the start of the 2019 spring semester, the Department of Psychology purchased reusable mess kits for students, faculty, and staff to use at departmental functions. In...
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This past Earth Day, Princeton released its new Sustainability Action Plan. As the University’s largest and most visible event, Reunions will play a critically important...
The cap, gown, and tassel for bachelor’s degree candidates and the standard cap, gown, and tassel regalia for graduate degree candidates are made from 100% recycled...
If you can't keep it or sell it, donate it during Greening Move Out. Every spring, the EcoReps Greening Move Out team partners with local charities and organizations to...
Article by Emily Aronson originally appeared on the Princeton University homepage Princeton University’s new Sustainability Action Plan sets bold targets to further...
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Article originally published on Campus Dining's website by Sarah Bavuso, Campus Dining, and Jack Sullivan '22 On February 22, the Princeton’s men’s and women’s...
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By Emily Aronson for the Office of Communications The original article can be found on the Princeton University Homepage Touring the Cogeneration Plant that powers...
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As part of the Office of Sustainability's Greening Move Out program last spring, we kicked off a new donation partnership with Grad Bag, an organization dedicated to...
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During Move-In this past September, Frist South Lawn once again resembled a yard sale as part of our second annual Move-In Resale. Featured were rows of couches, futons...

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