Game Day Recycling Gets Off to Strong Start

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Since 2008, Georgia Tech’s Office of Solid Waste and Recycling has been leading a program that helps divert some of the waste generated through pre-game celebrations — glass, aluminum and food waste — away from area landfills.

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Since 2008, Georgia Tech’s Office of Solid Waste and Recycling has been leading a program that helps divert some of the waste generated through pre-game celebrations — glass, aluminum and food waste — away from area landfills.

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Since 2008, Georgia Tech’s Office of Solid Waste and Recycling has been leading a program that helps divert some of the waste generated through pre-game celebrations — glass, aluminum and food waste — away from area landfills. In three games, the team has helped divert 8.5 tons of waste and hopes to break last year’s record of 21 tons. For more about Game Day Recycling and how to volunteer, click here.

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  • Created By: Amelia Pavlik
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  • Created On: Oct 3, 2011 - 10:38am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:10pm