The UH community is invited to learn the basics of composting during a special RecycleMania event planned for Tuesday, March 10.
The deadline is March 13 for teams to turn in their best ideas for helping improve recycling or waste minimization at the University of Houston.
The UH Office of Sustainability is sponsoring the showing, which is open to the UH community and will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, March 5, in the multipurpose room of Oberholtzer Hall.
A kickoff event planned for Feb. 5 in Butler Plaza will usher in a long list of fun and educational activities over the next two months on the UH campus.
The short online survey asks 18 questions that will provide valuable information that will help improve the biking situation for everyone.
The new bulbs are more energy efficient and have similar light output, so guests likely will not notice any difference.
The switch was brought on by the University’s participation in the national Fair Trade Campaign, which partners with colleges and universities to offer Fair Trade products at all campus dining locations and at catered events.
Everyone who attended the Dec. 3 event in Lynn Eusan Park was encouraged to use the recycling bins and compost boxes in an effort to minimize the amout of garbage thrown out.
Of the 58 people who submitted their best guess as to how much cardboard Facilities Management had bundled on the back of a truck, Jahaziel Carrera came the closest and earned a $25 gift card.
Twelve people submitted works, with the top three as chosen by a panel of judges receiving gift cards and having their poems read during the Sustainability Fest.
Students can now fill up their tires with air and make minor repairs at the location that opened recently outside of the Cougar Village II residential facility.
The UH Office of Sustainability and Facilities Management garnered a total of three awards during the recent Mayor’s Proud Partners Luncheon.
As part of this year's Sustainability Fest, students, faculty and staff are invited to submit poems about sustainability for a chance to win one of three $50 gift cards.
Being sustainable means doing more than just recycling and that's exactly what the event coordinators for this year's Sustainability Fest want attendees to realize.