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Refilling Stations Flow through Campus

2013-12-11T15:59:25-04:00October 29th, 2013|Categories: Buildings, Campus, Home Stories, Waste Reduction|Tags: , |

Refilling stations are becoming the norm at Wake Forest University, with a total of 46 water bottle refill stations across campus. What started with 2010-11 Choose to Reuse intern Frannie Speer, a grant from Brita’s Filter for Good program, and a pilot refill station outside the Office of Sustainability in Reynolda Hall, has propelled into a [...]

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Where Are They Now: Frannie Speer

2018-11-07T16:14:41-04:00February 27th, 2013|Categories: Home Stories, Waste Reduction, Where are they now?|Tags: , |

Students around campus are changing the way they think about hydration by choosing to fill up their reusable water bottles at refilling stations around campus. Little do they know, they have former sustainability intern Frannie Speer to thank for these. When Frannie joined the Office of Sustainability in the 2010-2011 academic year as the Choose to [...]

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Choose to Reuse: Even More Hydration Stations Quench Thirst and Reduce Waste

2013-12-12T16:23:54-04:00February 25th, 2013|Categories: Campus, Home Stories, Waste Reduction|Tags: , |

 With the launch of the Choose to Reuse campaign in 2011, the original station was christened outside the Office of Sustainability in Reynolda Hall.  The fleet of stations has now grown to nine. The growth of this student-initiated project reflects a desire to reduce plastic water bottle waste. According Mother Nature Network, an environmental nonprofit, 1.5 [...]

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