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Welcome to Oregon State University's sustainability website! This site is an interdepartmental effort to:
- Provide information on how OSU is practicing and promoting sustainability on campus
- Serve as a "hub" to connect and enhance the visibility of existing OSU resources
- Increase awareness for a more environmentally sensitive, socially equitable, and economically stable culture
Bookmark this site and use it to connect to others!
This post is the first of ourblog series which will showcase staff from Campus Recycling and Surplus Property andwill run regularly during the summer. Who: Jessica Collins, Student Program Assistant for Campus Recycling for the last 9 months. What she does here: Behind the scenes stuff mainly assisting with coordination of programs, research, data […]
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The annual Benton County Fair (July 29-Aug 1) is currently looking for volunteers to help with the waste stations. Volunteers will help fair-goers sort their waste into compost, recycling, and trash. As compensation, volunteers will receive a FREE FAIR TICKET if they work 2 hours. Free parking passes will also be provided to all volunteers. […]
Results are in for this year’s Res. Hall Move-Out Donation Drive and we are pleasantly surprised! An estimated total of 33,950 pounds – or 17 tons – of donations were collected, far exceeding our 24,000-pound goal! This was 1.5 times more than last year and breaks all records we’ve kept since 2010. Every category increased […]
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The Benton County Sheriff’s Office has partnered with the Philomath Police Department, Benton County Fairgrounds, and the Benton County Health Department to offer a Drug Take Back Event this Saturday, June 27thfrom 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event is targeted to prevent the misuse of prescription drugs as well as to help keep the […]
3-D printing technology has advanced so greatlythat relatively inexpensive 3-D printers are now available and popping up all over the OSU Campus. The Valley Library recently made 3-D printing available to any student and also has a 24 hour web cam set-up for viewing of the articles being made (http://guides.library.oregonstate.edu/3Dprinting). Onemajor drawback at the moment […]