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Is Your College or University Part of the Game Day Challenge?

2010 September 22

College football season has kicked off, and so has EPA’s Game Day Challenge, a competition to see which college or university can reduce the most waste at their football games. In October, colleges and universities will implement waste reduction programs during a home football game. Schools will track and report recycling and waste data that will then be used to rank the schools, and winners will be announced in November. Registration for the Challenge is open through September 30, 2010.

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  1. Ron Vance of EPA permalink
    September 22, 2010

    FYI – As of noon Eastern today, Sept. 22, 40 schools have signed up for the Game Day Challenge. These schools are:

    Auburn University
    Bucknell University
    Clemson University
    Eastern Michigan University
    Eastern Washington University
    The Florida State University
    Georgia Institute of Technology
    Harvard University
    Ithaca College
    Kansas State University
    Loras College
    Louisiana State University
    Mesa Community College
    Montana State University
    Morrisville State College
    North Carolina State University
    Ohio University
    Oregon State University
    Penn State
    Rutgers University
    Southern Methodist University
    St. Cloud State University
    Syracuse University
    Texas A&M University
    The Ohio State University
    The University of Arkansas – Fayetteville
    University of Central Florida
    University of Delaware
    University of Georgia
    University of Lincoln Nebraska
    University of Michigan
    University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
    University of North Texas
    University of Notre Dame
    University of Oregon
    University of South Florida
    University of Tennessee – Knoxville
    University of Texas
    Virginia Tech
    West Virginia University

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