Sustainability at Radford University
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Video: Proper Waste Water Removal
Radford University students joined Virginia Tech students at the Selu Conservancy on Saturday, Jan. 26, for the first-ever Sustainability Leadership Workshop.
Radford University has joined PrintReleaf, a technology platform that measures the amount of paper used in university copiers and printers, and then plants trees, equivalent to the paper usage, in stressed forest areas.
Radford University’s Whitt Hall has been granted LEED Gold certification, marking another achievement in the university's sustainability initiatives.
The Princeton Review has once again recognized Radford University for its commitment to building and maintaining a sustainable, environmentally friendly campus.
Campus Sustainability Week is Oct. 8-11, and the Sustainability Leadership Team has a number of events and activities planned.
Radford University has modified campus recycling guidelines for the 2018-19 academic year.
Enrollment is now open for Radford University’s car-sharing program with Enterprise CarShare, a membership-based, automated car-rental option that offers vehicles on a short-term basis.
Radford University’s Center for the Sciences has been granted LEED Silver certification, marking another achievement in the university's sustainability initiatives.
Winners of the Keep’n It Green awards and the Highlander Cup Sustainability Competition were announced April 19.
A small group of students spent spring break planting trees on reclaimed land of an abandoned coal mine in central Kentucky.