Julie Muir, manager of Peninsula Sanitary Service, Inc. (PSSI) at Stanford — which manages compost, recycling, and waste on campus — said incorrect bags are a major issue when it comes to composting.
This month, Stanford has joined more than 450 other universities nationwide in RecycleMania, an initiative that promotes student awareness about the ecological impact of individual and collective actions.
R&DE hopes to eradicate red Solo cups from 10 other row houses this year.
Kappa Sigma launches new recycling initiative to become zero waste.
Marino became a driver for Peninsula Sanitary Services Inc. (PSSI) at the age of 19.
Stanford kicked off RecycleMania on Sunday, marking its fifth year as a participant in the nationwide competition measuring recycling on college campuses.
After a discussion that divided the throng of environmentalists in attendance and lasted late into the night, the City of Palo Alto decided this week to take another look at processing its own compost. The 5-4 city council decision means the city will study the economic and environmental feasibility of building a compost facility at the northeast end of Palo Alto.