[Ed.: This post originally appeared on The Thrill last semester, but we could all benefit from another look at this handy recycling guide.]
You may or may not be aware of this, but Kenyon College recycles! That’s right, all those cans of Keystone we thoughtlessly throw into the trash each weekend should actually be going into recycling bins instead. There may be some confusion as to what specifically can be recycled, but as always The Thrill is here to help. I’m proud to present our unofficial guide to recycling. Remember, the power is yours.
Read on for additional recycling intricacies.
Elizabeth Himeles ’12 has created three informational videos about recycling at Kenyon. Here’s the first one:
Pretty interesting, right?
Props to whoever came up with the idea for this post. As someone who used to work here as a recycling sorter, I can assure you that there are some members of our student body that lack even the most basic recycling knowledge. Seriously guys, vomit is not recyclable. Please stop throwing your half-empty beer cans in the same bag that you threw up in after that last game of Speedball.
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Kenyon does not recycle glass anymore. Check your facts.
Whoa, thanks for the update. We were not aware that recycling policies had changed over the summer.
hit me up if that’s the case i’ll fix the image
The recycling policy has not changed since our posting.