Ponder this the next time you wash your hands. If, after drying your hands, you had the opportunity to toss that used paper towel into a compost bin instead of […]
Harrelson Hall is gone, but most of its contents and building materials live on due to NC State’s successful recycling and reuse efforts.
During the 2016 deconstruction of Harrelson Hall, the […]
An NC State student’s idea for reusable prescription medication bottles has earned top prize in a global design competition.
Raleigh native Mallory Barrett won Best Student Design in the Cradle to […]
NC State’s Rhonda Sherman shares her composting secrets with Raleigh’s News and Observer newspaper. […]
Does a common highway maintenance operation cause environmental damage? NC State’s Biological and Agricultural Engineering faculty investigate. […]
Building on the success of a compost program piloted last football season, NC State Athletics and NC State’s Waste Reduction and Recycling Office are expanding composting efforts throughout the Wolfpack’s […]
When Taylor Spoon was an NC State student living off campus, she noticed hundreds of students throwing away lightly used furniture and household items at the end of the school […]
At NC State’s College of Education, future teachers in training have living examples of the popular waste management slogan they might teach one day.
For years, assistant professor Brian Matthews has […]
More than four pounds per day — that’s how much waste is generated by the average person living in the United States. Factor in that many of us spend half […]
If you need a bag at an NC State campus convenience store or dining location, it will be paper — not plastic — because of a three-year, student-driven effort to […]