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Tips & Tricks: Stop. Think. Sort.

October 14, 2015
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Having trouble remembering, or even learning, what goes in which box when it comes to recycling?

You're not alone, so SFU Sustainability is launching their new initiative "Stop. Think. Sort." to help students and faculty make sure they're not tossing out the apple cores with the styrofoam.

They'll be releaseing daily videos, photos and tips on Facebook. Twitter and Instagram to help you sort your waste properly.

SFU is committed to reducing our environmental footprint and taking just a moment to think about if you're putting your waste in the right spot can greatly assist in this. Confused about what goes where? Send a tweet with the hastag #stopthinksort or send an email to no_waste@sfu.ca. Want all the details right away? Just see the website!

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