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LWC Community collects a bounty for Earth Week

2013-04-23 - Lindsey Wilson College, Columbia, KY - Photo by Duane Bonifer. LWC photo. Lindsey Wilson College Director of Campus Sustainability Doug Keaton stands on top of a pile of items the LWC community collected during Earth Week activities Monday afternoon on the Campus Quadrangle. The plastics will be sent to a company that builds playground equipment; cotton and denim clothing will return to campus as insulation; glass will be ground into pavers or turned into glasses; the cardboard will turned into recycled cardboard; magazines will become recycled paper products; half of the white paper will be recycled and the other half will be included in the LWC compost; and the electronics equipment will be ground up and melted down before becoming other products. - Duane Bonifer
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