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CMN’s Recylemania 2014 Results are in!

Rebecca Edler and Manih Boyd do their part for Recyclemania 2014

Rebecca Edler and Manih

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Boyd do their part for Recyclemania 2014

The College of Menominee Nation (CMN) promoted waste reduction on its two campuses by

participating in the 2014 RecycleMania activity, a friendly, annual competition between colleges to raise

awareness of the benefits of recycling. To track performance, the recyclable materials generated on

participating campuses were collected, weighed and recorded over an eight-week period. Each college

tracks information and sends the results to be posted on the RecyleMania web site.

At CMN, faculty and staff became involved in RecycleMania this year by cleaning out offices, files, and

storage areas. Students observed the process through weekly updates that were posted on monitors

located throughout the Keshena and Green Bay campuses. In order to promote student participation,

the College’s Sustainable Development Institute held an on campus challenge to see who could get

caught doing “something nice” related to recycling. The winner of the contest was Natasha Chevalier,

Student Services. The total amount of recycled materials collected over the eight week period was a

whopping 5,456 pounds! Great Job to our students, faculty and staff!


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