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OSU-Tulsa News

THURSDAY, JULY 1, 2010

OSU Recycling Efforts Effective

Together, OSU-Tulsa and OSU’s Center for Health Sciences recycled 2.2 tons of paper in May, according to Angelyn Holmes, energy education manager for both campuses.

“This breaks down to 37 trees, 9140 kilowatt hours of energy, 15,606 gallons of water, 7.3 cubic yards in landfill and 133.7 pounds of air pollution,” Holmes said.

She said OSU will continue its focus on energy management and on paper recycling through Green Star recycling company. OSU’s Energy Conservation Program began in June 2007. Millions of dollars have already been saved across OSU’s five campuses and projections estimate a $22 million savings over seven years. 

Help OSU-Tulsa Conserve Energy Over Holiday Weekend

Going GreenPlease remember to turn off all electronic equipment, including computers, monitors, speakers, printers, etc. Unplug fans, chargers, radios and appliances, such as coffeemakers. Close blinds and tilt the slats upward and turn off the lights as you leave.

Where Will An OSU Degree Take You?

Graduate Education at OSU-TulsaAn OSU graduate degree in education can help teachers and education professionals enhance their teaching techniques or advance their careers to administrative or leadership roles. Contact the Graduate Student Services Center to learn about OSU graduate education programs in Tulsa, the new Graduate Education Scholarship and more. 
Check out what OSU-Tulsa students have to say about their experiences at OSU-Tulsa.

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