Every wonder where styrofoam goes?

The people down at Tufts’ Science and Technology did too! Today 29 bags of styrofoam were responsibly recycled by TuftsRecycles! interns and a partner organization that specializes in converting this pesky waste into useful materials.

While we are proud to help recycle this material, we hope one day it will be less prevalent, as it is often not recycled and is very damaging to the environment. For more info on the ecological problems with styrofoam, go to: http://www.earthresource.org/campaigns/capp/capp-styrofoam.html

We filled up a whole truckload of Styrofoam from SciTech, which had accumulated over months in the building’s laboratory spaces

 

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One Response to Every wonder where styrofoam goes?

  1. Avatar of Dawn Quirk Dawn Quirk says:

    Many thanks to Emily Edwards who collects the styrofoam from all over the building so it can be responsibly disposed of!

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