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Objective

The university-sponsored event is aimed at educating students, faculty and staff about ways to reduce campus trash through recycling, litter-prevention practices and other “environmental” issues. The program was initiated by Stacy E. Wheeler in March 8, 2007. The program's purpose is to identify and quantify the types and sources of materials in UNF's solid waste stream.  The findings are calibrated to improve efficiency and reduce waste of UNF waste management and recycling programs.

 

The study is funded and coordinated by the UNF Environmental Center with the support of physical facilities. If you are interested in volunteering contact Katie Borello, Environmental Center Volunteer Coordinator. 

Garbage on the Green 2013

 

Date: Wednesday, October 23, 2013
   
Time: 7:30-10:30 a.m. Campus Litter Pick-Up
10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Waste Audit & Environmental Expo
   
Location:

Student Union Plaza

   
Parking:  UNF campus requires a pass or cost is $3/vehicle for a daily pass at parking booth.

   

 

Garbage on the Green Volunteer and Paid Application 

 

Garbage on the Green Exhibitor Application

 

Results and Past Reports

 

2007 Garbage on the Green Report
 

Six-Year Garbage on the Green Report (2012)