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It will need to be removed by student recycling workers or by other caring individuals. Recycling dumpsters will soon all be located at one main collection area directly south of the Maintenance Building and will be accessible only to student recycling workers, who will be charged with sorting the recyclables placed within them. A drop-off location nearby will be made available to the public. This policy is aimed at preventing dumpster contamination.

No-Only corrugated cardboard can be recycled at this time. Cereal boxes, mac & cheese boxes, and gift boxes are not accepted and are considered contaminants.

No—Earlham and the town of Richmond only recycle plastics #1 and #2. See RECYCLING BEYOND EARLHAM for information on recycling other kinds of plastic.

Beginning January ___, 2007 Housekeeping should be contacted if bins on the floors need to be emptied or smell bad. Maintenance should be contacted if the large collection bin on 1st floor needs to be emptied.

Derric Watson, Director of Service Learning and Career Development Center (983-1893) is one source. Glen Haywood, Director of Facilities (983-1678) is another.

If you have a question not on this list, please contact Scott Hess, convener of the Environmental Responsibility Committee, at

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