This year, Georgia Tech serves as host school for the 75th celebration of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship being held in Atlanta. Nearly 2,000 volunteers are needed during the Final Four and at ancillary and community events, including at a tree planting.
Each semester, thousands of students move out of Georgia Tech's residence halls leaving behind an amazing assortment of used books, clothing, food, electronics, appliances and furniture. Since 1997, the Georgia Tech Recycling program has collected these student donations in an effort to reduce, reuse and recycle.
Cindy Jackson, the Recycling Program manager, said the purpose of the student move-out collection is to "divert
Georgia Tech is taking an earth-friendly and budget-friendly approach to office supplies with the expansion of its one-day office supply exchange event to a year-round program, Office Supply Exchange 365.
Under the guidance of the Office of Solid Waste Management and Recycling's Manager, Cindy Jackson, Office Supply Exchange 365 allows all departments on campus to donate unused and unwanted office supplies in exchange for other needed supplies. Office Supply Exchange 365 is a free service - there is no charge to donate or shop for supplies.