August 1, 2012
Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling
Shoreline Community College joins King County's Best Workplaces for Waste Prevention and Recycling for their fifth consecutive year. Receiving this recognition is a college goal each year. The college continues to increase the number of recycling bins across the campus and to make efforts that increase recycling awareness. In the next year, they are hoping to work with students involved in a service learning project. The project will be focused on better educating the student body on the recycling program and, specifically, how to properly recycle. The college also has a recycling booth in their Student Union Building lobby to assist in educating staff and students. The booth was set up last year and was a collaborative effort with their recycling vendor, CleanScapes.
- October 22, 2009
A presentation was given to the committee addressing the Climate Action Plan (CAP), which is part of the President's Climate Committee Climate Action Plan 10-22-09.
2007/2008 Description of the Committee including our purpose statement and definition of Sustainability Charge for the Committee pre-2007-2008 from President Lee Lambert
Partnership Agreement - Seattle Climate Partnership: Seattle-Area Employers Working Together To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Improve Quality of Life
- New Library Books on Sustainability
With a generous donation from the 2007/2008 Star of the year Andi Tjan, the SCC Library has expanded our book collection on issues pertaining to sustainability