Composting: Can It Be The Next Big Thing On Campus?

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Ten thousand students create a lot of garbage! An estimated 16 million pounds each year, that’s the equivalent of 35 Statue of Liberties or 200 fully loaded semi-trucks!

George Washington University rolled out the beginnings of its Zero Waste Plan earlier this year — how is it effecting students? Is their plan working? What you can do to get involved?

Megan Varner is a senior at The George Washington University majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication with a minor in Health and Wellness.

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