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RRTTC serves as a research, education and outreach center for the development of economical approaches to solving intractable solid waste problems, providing research and technical assistance on public health concerns as they relate to solid waste concerns.
October 6 is the next movie night of the Fall Environmental Health Film Series. We will be showing a film about transitioning to a green economy - Click here for more
Join us for an educational conference call "Confronting the Ebola Outbreak" with Laurie Garrett Wens Sept 24th at 10am WRC rm 203c Click for more
Sept 15 starts the Fall Environmental Health Film Series with a night about Acupuncture and it's benefits - Click here for more info
Fall 2014 Healthy Communities Film Series Join the RRTTC and the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition for their Healthy Communities Film Series this fall. Films will be shown Sept. 15, Oct. 6, and Oct. 20. All films will be shown at 7:00 pm in the CEEE Auditorium. For a list of films, click here.
Panther Plot Needs Your Vote! Wellmark75 contest is now open for voting and UNI's Panther Plot Project is one of 108 finalists for 10 grants. Click HERE to vote for this project. You can vote 1 time per day, per browser. The voting will be open until September 7th.
Service Teacher Opportunity to earn one credit through garden Workshop this summer . This workshop focuses on teaching K-6 educators how to implement a school garden to teach a variety of subjects from A to Z including Art, Botany, Chemistry, Decomposition, Entomology, Fractions, Germination, History, Investigation, Journaling, Kipling, etc.; learning to apply an endless range of topics to a school garden. Registration and details found by Clicking HERE
UNI Faculty Leadership In Sustainability Education The Faculty Leadership Summer Institute will bring together a team of highly motivated UNI faculty dedicated to conversing about sustainability from an array of perspectives, broadening their understanding of the multiple dimensions of sustainability, and co-discovering innovative ways of integrating sustainability perspectives into existing courses.
Recycle Cell Phones and Rechargeable Batteries Recycle old cell phones and rechargeable batteries by dropping them off in designated boxes around campus!
LENR: The Promise of Clean and Affordable Energy
Enjoy these new recycling commercials developed by the RRTTC.
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