Zero-Waste Party

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Announcing MIT's First Annual
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[[Image:zerowaste_logo.jpg]]
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'''Make a mark in the world; don’t leave your mark on it!!
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          FREE FOOD: Organic and local sources. FREE: Pollution-FREE, Landfill-Burden-FREE, Emissions-FREE, Cost-FREE!!!
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Come check out the Zero Waste Party!!
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Lots of sustainable door PRIZES and GAMES
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Enjoy a party with your friends without burdening the environment!!
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Venue: '''TSMC Lobby,''' Stata Center (near the Question Mark)
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Date: '''April 21st, 2006'''
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Time: '''5:00 pm to 8:00 pm'''
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Cost: FREE
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Please: '''Bring your own cup.''' ''Disposable cups will not be served.''
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[[Image:zerowaste_graphics.jpg]]
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''Some interesting Facts:
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- Each individual generates about 1.5 tons of solid waste per year - about
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4.5 pounds per person, per day. If we continue this pattern, we'll each
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create 90,000 pounds of trash in our lifetime (Resource Conservation
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Challenge, EPA, 2002)
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- 55.4% of municipal solid waste is landfilled in 2003 (EPA)
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- Landfills rank #2 in highest greenhouse gas emissions in the US (after
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fossil fuel combustion) (White House Taskforce on Recycling, 1998)
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- 1,830,000 tons of disposable plates and cups were used in the US in 1997
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(up from 270,000 tons in 1960) (EPA, 1998)
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- 58% of municipal waste (by weight) are packaging and containers, or
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disposable products such as paper and plastic cups and plates, junk mail,
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trash bags, and tissue papers and towels. (EPA, 2003)
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'''''WE THINK WE CAN DO BETTER -- ONE PARTY AT A TIME!!''
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Planning an event on campus? Check out the [[MIT_ZeroWasteEvent_PlanningGuide_Wiki | MIT "Zero Waste" Event Planning Guide]]
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''Organized jointly by'' '''SfGS''' ''and the'' '''Technology and Policy Student Society (TPSS)'''
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[[Students_for_Global_Sustainability_Wiki | SfGS Homepage]]
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[http://web.mit.edu/tpss/ TPSS Homepage]
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For questions or more information, email Christi: electris AT mit
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''Sponsored through a Graduate Student Life Grant
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[http://www.mit.edu MIT Homepage]
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