Marcus Wright, WFU award recipient WFU Manager of Waste Reduction and Recycling, Megan Anderson, helped to develop the first-ever community awards program for sustainability in Forsyth Co. this fall. Anderson, who serves on the advisory council for the Winston-Salem Sustainability Resource Center, developed the program to recognize best practices and inspire others to reach [...]
With the help of our great faculty and staff, the Wake Forest University Surplus program is a huge success! From reusing to recycling to repurposing, the WFU Surplus program makes a difference on campus and in the community. Your WFU ID is required to purchase. Only Cash, Credit/Debit Cards are accepted (no checks).
Mismatched recycling bins from across campus found new homes just in time for the holidays. The displaced bins -- a result of the transition to a new recycling bin standard on campus -- were donated to schools across the county, as well as to local churches and homeless shelters. After a successful pilot program [...]
Megan Anderson, nicknamed “Captain Planet” by her friends, unabashedly loves trash. In almost any other profession, this trait would be considered a little bizarre, but as the university’s new Waste Reduction and Recycling Manager, Anderson’s affinity for garbage is a great asset. “The average American disposes of 4.5 pounds of trash a day. Trashing things has [...]