Professor Molenium

Remember to....REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!

Blog Post created by Professor Molenium on Aug 13, 2014

MOLE_recycle.jpgThe alliteration has a nice RING to it! Hey guys, I am kind of pooped after council but I just had a cup of coffee to keep going. I noticed these great recycling bins at the Moscone Center and it REMINDED ME...Take the greener meeting challenge #ACSsanfran. Tell us how you made this a greener meeting and have a chance to win an ipod nano or kindle fire. Ends 9/15. Take survey and get full details at http://www.acs.org/greenermeetings

 

Make this a greener meeting and enter for a chance to win an iPod nano, kindle fire or $50 gift card. See full contest rules and information.

 

 

Each year, the ACS hosts two of the most respected and influential meetings within the scientific community, bringing together more than 20,000 chemistry professionals and students from across the globe. While these annual meetings play a vital role in advancing the chemical industry each year, we also realize that these meetings have real impacts on our planet and communities that must be mitigated.

 

 

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http://www.acs.org/content/dam/acsorg/meetings/nationalmeetings/sustainability-p ractices/Greenermeeting_challenge_rules.pdf

 

 

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Take advantage of linen reuse initiatives at your hotel, decline delivery of unread newspapers, and turn off the lights when away from your hotel room.nUse the meeting mobile app and digital program instead of the printed Onsite Program. When walking isn't an option, use the ACS carbon-offset shuttle service. Responsibly dispose of recyclable materials (paper, plastic, glass, aluminum) in the convention center and hotels. Enjoy the city, burn calories, and travel carbon dioxide-neutral by walking to and from your hotel.

Reusable water bottle graphic. Bring a reusable water bottle to avoid the cost and waste associated with disposable, petroleum-based plastic water bottles.

 

 







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