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“The purpose of the campus environmental committee is to play an active role in increasing awareness of environmental stewardship and to ensure campus committees are adopting a consistent approach.”

Meeting Notes:

November 2009

September 2010

October 2010

November 2010

January 2011

February 2011

April 2011

October 2011

November 2011

December 2011

January 2012

May 2012


Use Recycle Bins!

Lunenburg campus has decided everyday is Earth Day. Help us to minimize our environmental impact by reducing, reusing, and recycling.


Some saving ideas to keep in mind..

Please, Scrape those Plates and Sort that Waste!


Scrape leftover food into the compost and make sure to sort the rest into appropriate bins 



Print only when you need to, and always use the double sided print or copy option. Submit your assignments by e-mail or in a “drop-box” on the shared drive, if you can.


Conserve water


Turn off the tap when brushing your teeth or washing your face.

 Every little bit helps!

carpool with another student



If you can carpool with another student or get a ride with a friend or family member, you can reduce the Greenhouse gas emissions from automobiles.  Try walking or biking to campus. Be active en route and get some exercise too.


Changes in the Recycling Guide…

Animal waste and kitty litter now belong in the GARBAGE.



Plastic kitty litter liners contaminate compost and the animal waste is not safe for Recycling Staff to handle.

Thanks for doing your part.




Instead of throwing away used clothing and house wares,donate them to thrift stores or charitable organizations.


Put a lid on it!!

Food cooked in pots with lids heat up faster, cook faster and this saves energy.




MC900290178[1]NOt using the dry cycle

At Christmas time we like to eat,

Everything needs to be nice and neat

The dishes are clean but not too dry

The tip below will tell you why.


If you skip the dry cycle in your dishwasher and open the door to let the steam out and air dry, you will save up to 45% of the energy used to dry them using the dry cycle

Do you have an idea, question, comment or concern? Let us know.


Email us: Environmental Committee


Should we recycle?


Should we recycle paper

  • An average office generates about one pound of paper per employee. Statistics state that 77 percent of the paper that is wasted could be recycled.

  • The paper wasted is of high quality and uses more energy to produce than does lower grade (newsprint). 

  • The pollution created by processing used paper is 95% less than that needed to produce new paper.

  • 40 percent of all waste going to landfills is paper. 

  • Newspaper can be recycled into egg cartons, game boards, new newspaper, gift boxes, animal bedding, insulation and packaging material.

  • Office paper is recycled into paper towels, tissue paper and toilet paper.

  • Corrugated cardboard is created into new cardboard and cereal boxes.



Unstuff your fridge

Unstuff your fridge. An overly full refrigerator works harder to stay cool. Don’t graze with the fridge door open. All that expensive chilled air escapes.

Drips are the enemy!

One drop a second from a leaky faucet equals 800 litres of hot water a month down the drain!

Save water, save money, save the planet.