Recycling Analysis Conducted at NTID

NTID students, staff and faculty who participated in Feb 4 audit

During winter quarter, members of our NTID Committee for Sustainable Practices participated in two waste audits led by RIT environmental sustainability professor Josh Goldowitz. Our first audit analyzed how much trash thrown into waste bins could have been recycled and kept out of the landfill.  Our second audit focused on figuring out how much trash was disposed of into recycle bins. Students from Dominique Lepoutre's capstone classes made up roughly half of the participants in the second audit, and NTID President Gerry Buckley joined the festivities. We are proud that they made the news on NTID's web site!

RIT/NTID Students Help Campus Go Green

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Committee Members

  • Laura J Braggiotti
  • Judy Buckley
  • Chris Campbell
  • Matt Dana
  • Andy Foster 
  • James Fugate
  • Linda L Hoke
  • Christopher Knigga
  • Dominique Lepoutre
  • Daniel P Millikin
  • Erwin J Smith
  • Amy Stornello