The Welcome Back Picnic is the third largest zero waste event held by the College. Other zero waste events include A Charleston Affair and Bluegrass and Brunch during Family Weekend.
Some people just can’t catch a break. For a while, David Ramjohn ‘04 was one of those people. Here are three things that helped Ramjohn persevere.
Hours of coordination, planning, and collaboration paid off when 94.67 percent of the total waste weight generated by A Charleston Affair was diverted from the landfill, making it the largest zero waste event in the College’s history.
Just in time for warmer temperatures, four new water bottle refill stations are now available on the College of Charleston campus.
The College is one of 16 universities partnering with Goodwill and Keep America Beautiful to help students sustainably transition out of residence halls and keep unwanted items off city sidewalks and out of local landfills.