sponsored by Student Government Association
Friday, April 22
Union Station Amphitheater (Schwartz Center if raining)
Live music, pizza and refreshments, tie-dye shirt station, free raffles, and much more.
US Green Building Council Renewable Energy Luncheon
11:30am – 2pm
Union Station – 527
Join USGBC NC Cape Fear Branch for a Lunch and Learn on Renewable Energy in North Carolina. Attendees will discover what renewable energy options are viable in our state from large scale distribution perspectives as well as smaller, home owner installation options. Lunch will be catered by Chops Deli ($5 for students, $20 for non-members).
February 15th – 19th is Sustainability Awareness Week at CFCC. Learn more about the world you live in! With events…
Find out even more by visiting our CFCC Sustainability website!
In the past three months, CFCC has recycled 96 pounds of batteries!!! That’s as much as…
…four tires and a spare…
…or a baby horse!
Since we started the CFCC Battery Recycling Program in Fall 2014, we have recycled 262 pounds (averaging almost 15 pounds per month…and growing). Keep up the good work!
Here’s an interesting presentation on what items are currently banned from landfills in North Carolina and how we are working to recycle this content:
So far in 2015, we have collected 131 pounds of batteries for recycling!
That’s as much as a baby giraffe…
A set of Encyclopedia Britannica…
13 house cats….
Keep up the great work, CFCC! Have batteries just lying around, drop them off in the marked containers in both CFCC libraries or scattered around campus.
CFCC Sustainability Technologies will be participating in this year’s PARK(ing) DAY downtown. Stop by and visit them at their parking spot at 316 N. Front Street Friday, September 18th from 11:00am to 5:00pm.
PARK(ing) DAY is an annual worldwide event where artists, designers, and citizens transform metered parking spots into temporary public parks.
Thank you to Dale Brown, Danyelle Johnson, Ariel Chornsbay, and Scott Pyatt for your service in the 2014-2015 academic year.