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Sunday, March 30, 2016For a class project, 5 students are working to promote our annual Recyclemania competition for two weeks. They would like your help in making their campaign successful. To participate in this green initiative, please share your photos of you or your friends recycling on our Sustainability Facebook page with the #caughtgreenhanded. You may also send them to instagram @sustainability_agnesscott and SnapChat at sustain_asc. Thank you for your participation, and we look forward to receiving your pictures at #caughtgreenhanded. Monday, March 21st, 2016(with shared post above)Check out what our class project is doing for our Recyclemania campaign. Please participate and send your pictures to #caughtgreenhanded on all your pictures of you or a friend recycling. You can follow us on Facebook at Agnes Scott Sustainability, Instagram at @sustainability_agnesscott, and SnapChat at sustain_asc. Thank you, and we look forward to receiving your pictures!Wednesday, March 23, 2016This amazing Scottie has been #caughtgreenhanded recycling her plastic water bottle. Her one simple act makes a huge difference: one non-recycled plastic water bottle takes almost 1,000 years to naturally biodegrade on its own. If incinerated to decompose it faster, then toxic and harmful fumes are released into the environment, air, soil, and water. Not only it is does this one recycled water bottle protect the health of you and I, but it also save tons of energy. Just one recycled plastic water bottle saves around 1,000-2,000 of gasoline and 3 liters of water. Thank you, Sarah, for your participation in Recyclemania and for making a difference!If you have pictures to send, please tag them with #caughtgreenhanded. You can follow us on Facebook at Agnes Scott Sustainability, Instagram at @sustainability_agnesscott, and SnapChat at sustain_asc. Thank you, and we look forward to receiving your pictures!Thursday, March 24 2016 Another Scottie has been #CaughtGreenHanded. Lenora, thank you for your participation and for making a difference! If you have pictures to send, please tag them with #caughtgreenhanded. You can follow us on Facebook at Agnes Scott Sustainability, Instagram at @sustainability_agnesscott, and SnapChat at sustain_asc. Thank you, and we look forward to receiving more of your pictures!Sunday, March 27 2016Dont forget to stop by Recyclemanias table in front of Evans during lunch tomorrow! We will have a recycling bin next to us so make sure to bring some recyclable material, such as paper, plastic, cans, and water bottles. If you have electronic waste, then you are either welcome to bring that to us or put it in one of the boxes in your residence hall as well as those located in Alstons, ground floor of Campbell, 1st floor of Buttrick, and the table 1st floor of Bullock. Thank you for helping promote sustainability on-campus, and we look forward to catching you greened handed! Monday, March 28 2016Tomorrow, the Recyclemania Team will be collaborating with ProBo on a Trash for Treat event from 3:00-5:00 p.m. Those who bring recyclable material, such as paper, plastic, batteries, and old electronic equipment will receive free prizes and ice cream from Butter & Cream. If you are unable to attend, then dont worry as there are plenty of opportunities to still be involved. The team will also be in Evans during lunch tomorrow if you can only bring your recycled materials then. If you have electronic waste, then you are either welcome to bring that to them during lunch or put it in one of the boxes in your residence hall as well as those located in Alstons, ground floor of Campbell, 1st floor of Buttrick, and the table 1st floor of Bullock. Thank you for helping promote sustainability on-campus, and we look forward to catching you greened handed! Tuesday, March 29 2016Hi Recyclers,Thank you for participating in CaughtGreenHandeds Trash for Treat event this afternoon! Together, we saved 1 lightbulb, 9 headphones, 2 speakers, 2 computer/laptop chargers, 3 wall adapters, 2 computer mouses, 1 electric face buffer, 12 usb cord adapters, and 24 batteries from contaminating our air, water, and soil through incineration. This makes a huge impact on health and the environment since the burning of e-waste releases harmful emissions that are linked to pulmonary and cardiovascular disease. Since these emissions are not biodegradable, or persist in the air, water, soil for long periods of time, by recycling electronic products, you are making a difference throughout time and many generations. Please see the attached picture for more information on e-waste. If you have electronic waste, then you can put your recyclables in one of the boxes in your residence hall as well as those located in Alstons, ground floor of Campbell, 1st floor of Buttrick, and the table 1st floor of Bullock. Thank you for your participation, and we look forward to catching you green handed!Thursday, March 31 2016Hi Recyclers,Tomorrow will mark the the last day of our Caught Green Handed campaign. Please continue to put your recyclable e-waste, such as batteries, headphones, and other materials, in the boxes in your residence hall as well as those located in Alstons, ground floor of Campbell, 1st floor of Buttrick, and the table 1st floor of Bullock.Also if you have any pictures of you or a friend recycling, please tag them with #CaughtGreenHanded. Continue to follow us on Facebook at Agnes Scott Sustainability, Instagram at @sustainability_agnesscott, and SnapChat at sustain_asc. Thank you, and we look forward to receiving more of your e-waste and pictures!Sunday, April 3rdThank you for a successful CaughtGreenHanded campaign and for your participation! Please see the attached photos for some awesome flashbacks of the last two weeks.

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