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151 Deposit cans in proper places
White--Amy Jane (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 89:25, p.3
11/24/1992 Urges people to change their behavior and to recycle aluminum cans.
152 UNI grad Krueger creates Yard Ball
Northern Iowan 89:22, p.4
11/13/1992 Douglas Krueger invents plastic composting device; photo.
153 Disposing with a conscience
Campus News Network 3:5, p.Insert 2
11/2/1992 Difficulties in keeping landfill material free from contaminants.
154 UNI-Dome does its part to help recycle on campus
Northern Iowan 88:63, p.6
7/24/1992 UNI-Dome one of many places on campus that promote recycling.
155 Coming unglued
Northern Iowan 88:62, p.1
7/17/1992 Theater has drum of glue from company that did not want it; photo.
156 UNI offers alternative to paper waste; Students need to be more aware of recycling
Muether--Anthony J. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 88:61, p.1
7/10/1992 Paper recycling procedures at UNI.
157 Is UNI doing its part; Earth Week: March 20-March 25
Northern Iowan 88:46, p.3
3/24/1992 Urges students to recycle and engage in other earth-friendly activities.
158 Brower sets his own example for environmental awareness
Northern Iowan 88:45, p.2
3/13/1992 Believes individual actions count.
159 Recycling: a pleasant prediction of what the future may bring
James--C. J.
Northern Iowan 88:44, p.8
3/10/1992 Description of Conservation Club's recent efforts to recycle material.
160 Physical Plant investigates recycling use for ash; an estimated 5,400 tons of fly ash will be produced this year
Northern Iowan 88:43, p.1
3/6/1992 New boiler produces larger quantities of fly ash.
161 Conservation Club works for energy conscious campus
Northern Iowan 88:39, p.6
2/21/1992 Current program and activities.
162 UNI students encouraged to think about future and begin recycling
Northern Iowan 88:35, p.2
2/7/1992 Urges recycling as alternative to land fill.
163 University of Northern Iowa Conservation Club continues recycling program
Public Relations News Release 1991:362, p.1
2/3/1992 UNI Conservation Club collects recyclable items including paper, clear glass, plastics, newspaper, and tin cans the second Thursday of every month at sites in Gilchrist A parking lot and the Health Center lot.
164 UNI takes conservative measures
Campus News Network 2:6, p.Insert 1
11/11/1991 Brief look at campus recycling efforts.
165 UNI Recycling Day set for Thursday
Goodlove--Sara A. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 88:20, p.1
11/8/1991 Sites and plans for recycling paper, glass, and plastic.
166 Campus telephone books being recycled at Print Services
Boyd--Michele L. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 88:19, p.3
11/5/1991 Part of UNI program to use more recycled products.
167 Students asked to pitch in for 'Cans for Campus!'; collection barrels set up this week
Johnston--Krista L. (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 88:18, p.1
11/1/1991 Attempt to get UNI students to recycle their pop cans; photo.
168 Stensrud collects cans and gives money to charities: Professor shows concern for environment
Johnston--Krista L. (Class of 1992)
Northern Iowan 88:14, p.10
10/18/1991 Biographical sketch of Kay Stensrud; photo.
169 Environmental fundraiser
Public Relations News Release 1991:168, p.1
10/1/1991 Aluminum cans are being collected to raise funds for scholarships and to hire a waste reduction specialist to work with students, faculty, and staff for a year.
170 Recycling used fishing line
Public Relations News Release 1991:168, p.1
10/1/1991 The Berkeley Company of Spirit Lake is making plastic pellets from old fishing line.
171 Student proposes the NI be recycled each issue
Covelier--Sonia D.
Northern Iowan 88:5, p.3
9/17/1991 Urges people to recycle newsprint.
172 Black Hawk County recycling efforts strong; Landfills near inadequate capacity
Northern Iowan 87:61, p.4
7/5/1991 Survey of local recycling efforts.
173 Recycling machine exhibited at UNI offers environmental advantages
Northern Iowan 87:58, p.1
6/14/1991 Machine cleans and recycles freon.
174 New stock for letterhead available at Print Services
Campus News Network 1:18, p.2
6/3/1991 Better grade of paper including recycled material now available.
175 Media Advisory
Public Relations News Release 1990:520, p.1
4/24/1991 Iowa Waste Reduction Center announces refrigerant recycling project at Mt. Mercy College in Cedar Rapids.
176 Don't throw the world away
Northern Iowan 87:47, p.3
3/29/1991 Urges everyone to recycle.
177 Recycling program slowly developing
Northern Iowan 87:47, p.10
3/29/1991 Plans and difficulties of dining services recycling programs.
178 Student urged to save for Recycling Day
Northern Iowan 87:46, p.1
3/15/1991 Conservation Club will sponsor two drop-off sites.
179 Statewide recycling congress scheduled for April 16; Plastics Technology Center at University of Northern Iowa co-sponsor
Public Relations News Release 1990:418, p.1
3/13/1991 Statewide Recycling Congress will be held in Des Moines. Speakers include Governor Terry Branstad, William Rathje, Greg Erickson, Jack Cameron, Cindy Raspiller, Teresa Hay, David McLeod, Linda Goeldner, and Linda Steffens. Ruth Dodd is the chair.
180 Trash to treasure: Northern Iowa recycles
Northern Iowa Today 19:1, p.1
3/1/1991 Close look at UNI's efforts to recycle paper and other trash; photo.
181 Getting the word out on recycling refrigerants
Campus News Network 1:11, p.Insert 1
2/11/1991 IWRC produces video on demonstration project.
182 Using one environmental experiment to transport another
Campus News Network 1:11, p.Insert 1
2/11/1991 Ethanol-powered pickup transports refrigerant recycling equipment.
183 Will the waste train be coming to a dump near you?
Public Relations News Release 1990:338, p.1
2/11/1991 Increased recycling is needed to prevent interstate transportation of garbage.
184 Recycling project prevents pollution; two area companies participate
Struck--Chad A.
Northern Iowan 87:34, p.6
2/1/1991 Iowa Waste Reduction Center conducted pilot project recycling used oil filters.
185 Paper vs. plastic; the battle perseveres
Hahn--Jessica J. (Class of 1995)
Northern Iowan 87:33, p.9
1/29/1991 Groups have called for the recycling of polystyrene products, including fast food containers.
186 University changes mailing labels; part of recycling effort
Goodlove--Sara A. (Class of 1994)
Northern Iowan 87:33, p.6
1/29/1991 Gummed mailing labels have been partially eliminated on campus because they are non-recyclable.
187 Student Government announces support for UNI troops; resolution passes unanimously
Dolgener--Jennifer A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 87:32, p.5
1/25/1991 Resolution gives support to troops in war. Other business included 24 hour computer area, Union recycling program, and increasing minority recruitment.
188 Oil filter recycling project conducted by Iowa Waste Reduction Center at University of Northern Iowa is successful
Public Relations News Release 1990:281, p.1
1/7/1991 Iowa Waste Reduction Center finds that recycling oil filters saves money and the environment.
189 Paper should "clean-up"
Northern Iowan 87:26, p.3
12/4/1990 Student suggest recycling used Northern Iowan newspapers.
190 Northern Iowa leads the state in recycling
Northern Iowan 87:25, p.5
11/30/1990 UNI has instituted a campus-wide recycling project.
191 Campuswide paper recycling program expanding at University of Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1990:217, p.1
11/26/1990 UNI's recycling program now covers sixteen buildings on campus.
192 Commitment to recycling shows impact
Campus News Network 1:6, p.1
11/12/1990 Sixteen buildings on campus are now participating in paper recycling program; Bill McKinley comments on the effectiveness of the program; photo.
193 Recycling day--November 30
Campus News Network 1:6, p.1
11/12/1990 Conservation Club and Club QOLLA sponsor recycling effort.
194 UNI Conservation Club to hold recycling day; 'our trash is our legacy'
Putze--Aaron A. (Class of 1993)
Northern Iowan 87:19, p.4
11/6/1990 Recycling Day will be held November 30.
195 Northern Iowa makes efforts to recycle
Phipps--David (Student--1990)
Northern Iowan 87:17, p.1
10/30/1990 Many buildings on campus recycle paper.
196 Why bag or burn it when you can compost: let it rot!
Public Relations News Release 1990:96, p.1
10/8/1990 Composting is an easy and environmentally sound practice for dealing with fallen leaves.
197 "Vampires" come to the rescue!--saving the ozone
Public Relations News Release 1990:50, p.1
9/17/1990 Recycling freon gas shows promise in decreasing damage to the ozone layer.
198 Things to recycle: paper, glass, and believe it or not- sand.
Public Relations News Release 1989:670, p.1
6/4/1990 Recycling experts say in many instances up to 10 percent of what's in landfills is used foundry sand. Jim Olson is currently working to recycle sand from casting operations.
199 Recycling plays a part in education projects
Northern Iowan 86:53, p.10
4/17/1990 Outdoor recreation class implemented recycling in East Gym and set up information table in Library.
200 University of Northern Iowa and community to clean up Dry Run Creek Saturday (April 7)
Public Relations News Release 1989:529, p.1
4/4/1990 Members of the Conservation Club, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, the Sierra Club, and the Isaac Walton League of America volunteer to clear the banks of Dry Run Creek of trash. The cleanup effort is a joint operation between UNI and area businesses.


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