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Public and commercial services around CSUN offer unique ways to recycle everyday items

Gary's Recycling Center in Northridge will pay cash for all recyclable CRV beverage containers consisting of plastic, aluminum or glass. Customers may drive up and park near the waste bins to receive assistance in unloading their recyclables. Photo credit: Trisha Sprouse / Daily Sundial

Fredy Tlatenchi

April 18, 2012

New technology and new ways to amuse ourselves give us new materials to recycle. Companies in the San Fernando Valley dedicated to preserving the environment are creating new ways of reusing old materials. SA Recycling company has been standing strong for 50 years with multiple centers throughout the...

A.S. allocating money for recycling center

Chelsea Underwood

February 15, 2010

Associated Students (A.S.) is working on a new project to establish better recycling on campus. A.S. started CSUN’s recycling program in 1991 and now under the guidance of Cyndi Signett, recycling coordinator, a recycling feasibility study is being conducted. “This study was contracted for...

Zero Waste: Composting at CSUN

Yazmin Cruz

November 2, 2009

A New York Times article "Nudging Recycling From Less Waste to None" caught my attention recently. The article is about a new  anti-garbage movement know as Zero Waste. The article cites statistics by the Environmental Protection Agency stating Americans dump 4.6 pounds of garbage per person per day and ...

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