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Reunions 2011

Be it the long night shifts at the major reunion tents or the magnificent display of the P-rade, Eco-Rep members were hard at work increasing awareness of recycling and sustainability efforts during Princeton Reunions 2011.


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End of the Year Collection

End of the Year Collection is here! Donate clothing, unopened food, unopened toiletries, and books in one of the below locations (with exception to Frist, 1903, and Walker).

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Eco-Reps- Spring 2010 Video

Click Here to check out our year in review video of Eco-Rep members in action! 😀

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End of the Year Collection Drive

Need a break from studying for finals? What could be better than cleaning out your things and doing a bit of organizing! The bins for the End of the Year Collection Drive are up! Acceptable donations include new/used clothing, unopened food, unopened toiletries, school supplies, and new/used books. Check out the photos section for more details on where you can find the donation site closest to you. (There will be 19 sites on campus, all with bins for each type of item.)

This is all for a great cause! Specific organizations have yet to be chosen, but items will be donated to local charities, schools, and churches. Last year, toiletries were donated to the Rescue Mission, school supplies to Willingboro and Bronx schools, food to churches in Alabama, and books to a Book Exchange initiative on campus.

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Recycling Guidelines for Princeton University

Information regarding recycling on campus courtesy of the Office of Sustainability. Take a peek to see what items can be recycled and what you should toss in the trash. Hey, you could also get a head start in our recycling game for the next time you see us 😉

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Meeting Minutes Update- 5/4/2010

Today’s meeting minutes are up!

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Hello world!

The Princeton University Ecology Representative Program (Eco-Reps) was founded in 2004 in conjunction with Princeton Facilities. The mission of the Eco-Reps is to promote campus recycling, reduce waste contamination of recyclables, and to increase campus sustainability by performing research, communicating recycling information, and positively changing students’ habits.

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