If you haven’t visited the Think Green blog lately, you’re missing out on some important information about the College’s sustainability efforts. The blog can be accessed at http://mc3green.wordpress.com and is updated several times per month.
Click on the links below to read some recent posts.
Be sure to visit Think Green each week during RecycleMania for updates on the amount of trash and recycling being collected. Totals for the first two weeks are 20,701 pounds of trash and 12,410 pounds of recycling.
Campus Shuttle Reaches 10,000 Riders!
Feb. 13, 2012
The College celebrated the 10,000th rider on its Campus Shuttle on Feb. 13 during the 6:45 a.m. run from West to Central campus. When the Shuttle arrived at the Central Campus at 7:45 a.m., College officials presented 10,000th Shuttle rider Alysa Murray, of Pottstown, with a tray of bagels and danishes, five CulinArt meal cards (valued at up to $8 each), and a Montgomery County Community College blanket. Continue Reading
New Filtered Water Station Available at ATC Bridge
Feb. 8, 2012
Grab your cups and water bottles! Last week, the Central Campus Facilities team installed a filtered water station on the second floor of the Advanced Technology Center, next to the bridge that connects the ATC with the Science Center. The station even tracks the number of plastic bottles saved — 65 to date! Click for Photo
DEP Records Now Part of College Archives
Feb. 6, 2012
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s Schuylkill River cleanup records have a new home in Montgomery County Community College’s Archives. The records detail the multi-year cleanup effort that is often cited as the birth of the modern environmental movement. Continue Reading