A&M Named No. 2 Eco-Friendly College In U.S.
Susan "Sue" Owen '94
June 20, 2019 10:59 AM
updated: August 12, 2019 11:41 AM
Aggies "don’t hesitate to get involved with preserving the environment," says College Magazine.
From the article:
- "University Dining serves up organic produce from local farmers’ markets, plus they recycle cardboard, paper, aluminum and cooking oil."
- "TAMU placed recycling bins in 11 of the residence halls and 140 other campus buildings. Altogether this campus recycles about 60 tons of material each month."
- "The campus’s landscape makes it easy to practice eco-friendly transportation and scoot to class. With 22 parking places reserved just for scooters and flat residential streets, enjoy your ride to class in the sunny weather.“
- "Want to get actively involved? For the past 11 years, TAMU has hosted a Campus Sustainability Day in October. Over 25 different organizations come together to teach and empower students to become eco-friendlier when it comes to the environment and the economy."
Read more about the schools College Magazine selected: "Go green at one of the Top 10 environmentally friendly colleges of 2019."
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