Waste Action Project

Inviting students to investigate their own waste-making patterns, the Waste Action Project (WAP) inspires students to expand their thinking about trash, landfills, the idea of a disposable culture, as well as their own capacity to affect change and reduce their campuses' waste streams.

The Waste Action Project is a service-learning project that guides students in addressing the issue of waste on their school campuses and within their communities by practicing the 4R's (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Rot). Participating students have the chance to assess, re-design, and even improve their existing waste and recycling systems by conducting a waste audit and running a peer education campaign. Learn more about WAP here

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Doug Streblow