March 19, 2018

Loyola University Wins Recycling Grant

Loyola University Wins Recycling Grant

 

Loyola University has recently been awarded an exciting grant! The advocate.com states, “Loyola University last week became one of 50 institutions nationwide to win a Coca-Cola/ Keep America Beautiful Public Space Recycling grant. The university will use the grant to purchase 30 recycling bins to be placed in all five residence halls. The 32-gallon bins are expected to help Loyola recycle an additional 45,000 gallons of waste per year. Loyola’s Student Government Association applied for the $5,040 grant as part of a sustainability initiative titled Maroon, Gold and Green. More than 800 government agencies, schools, universities, nonprofits, tribes and community organizations vied for the recycling grants.”

For more details and information on the grant, click here.

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