Students at NTU awarded Golden Bin prizes for recycling
The Environment Team has awarded three lucky students an on the spot Golden Bin award for their recycling efforts. The 25 vouchers were awarded as part of Green Week.
Green Week was held in order to get students and staff thinking about the environment and what we can all do to help reduce our impact on it. Wastecycle, who donated the vouchers, also joine timberland boots for women d the environment team at each campus to help promote recycling awareness.
Student Rebecca Stevenson was spotted recycling her snack wrapper in Brackenhurst Campus library and instantly won one of the Victoria Centre shopping vouchers. When asked if she would continue recycling Rebecca said, “Yes, Definitely!”
The University has many recycling segregation options for students around the campus and it is great that so many people are using them.
Students were also asked to bring in old plastic bags to be recycled by Wast timberland boots for women ecycle and in return these students were given an NTU cotton bag for life.
Gill Crofts, Environmental Assistant at NTU, said:
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