Eco-Ambassadors Tufts Recycling Essentials

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Recycling Inventory

Please list areas using room numbers or descriptions including nearby room numbers, separating each space with a semicolon (example: room 123; hallway near room 321).







Knowledge Survey

Use the sections below to input the results from your face-to-face conversations with the staff from your office/building to assess their knowledge of recycling practices and services. Select the radio button if they know how to dispose of the following items:

Paper
Paperboard and cardboard
Rigid plastics - all numbers
Plastic films (bags, saran wrap, film)
Glass
Metal (aluminum and steel cans)
Electronics (cell phones, computers)
Batteries (rechargable and alkaline)
Flourescent or CFL light bulbs
Napkins and paper towels

Paper
Paperboard and cardboard
Rigid plastics - all numbers
Plastic films (bags, saran wrap, film)
Glass
Metal (aluminum and steel cans)
Electronics (cell phones, computers)
Batteries (rechargable and alkaline)
Flourescent or CFL light bulbs
Napkins and paper towels

Paper
Paperboard and cardboard
Rigid plastics - all numbers
Plastic films (bags, saran wrap, film)
Glass
Metal (aluminum and steel cans)
Electronics (cell phones, computers)
Batteries (rechargable and alkaline)
Flourescent or CFL light bulbs
Napkins and paper towels

Paper
Paperboard and cardboard
Rigid plastics - all numbers
Plastic films (bags, saran wrap, film)
Glass
Metal (aluminum and steel cans)
Electronics (cell phones, computers)
Batteries (rechargable and alkaline)
Flourescent or CFL light bulbs
Napkins and paper towels

Paper
Paperboard and cardboard
Rigid plastics - all numbers
Plastic films (bags, saran wrap, film)
Glass
Metal (aluminum and steel cans)
Electronics (cell phones, computers)
Batteries (rechargable and alkaline)
Flourescent or CFL light bulbs
Napkins and paper towels


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