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RRTTC serves as a research, education and outreach center for the development of economical approaches to solving intractable solid waste problems, providing research and technical assistance on public health concerns as they relate to solid waste concerns.
LENR: The Promise of Clean and Affordable Energy Interested in new types of energy? Tom Wind will be presenting on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) on March 10th at 7 p.m. in the CEEE Auditorium.
Zero Waste Challenge Watch our film, The Clean Bin Project, and challenge yourself to live waste free for a month. Learn more on March 25th from 5-7 p.m. in the CEEE Auditorium. Light dinner will be provided. To register, click here.
Healthy Communities Film Screening Join us on March 31st for Troubled Waters. The film will be shown at 7 p.m. in the CEEE Auditorium.
Dimensions of Wellness Earn your Personal Wellness credit this summer. Click the link for more information.
UNI Health Science Club Meeting If you are interested in Environmental Health, check out the UNI Health Science club. Click the link for the next meeting time and to find out about the new Spring 2014 club officers.
Earth Day Booth Registration is Open Click here for more details about Earth Day and to register.
Earth Week Bike Ride Join the RRTTC, Cedar Valley Cyclist, and UNI Cycling Club in a bike ride to celebrate Earth Week on April 23rd at 6 pm. The ride will depart from Mulligan's on 18th Street in Cedar Falls. Click here to register. Helmet required.
Spring 2014 Healthy Communities Film Series Join us for films this spring about solutions to the impact of environment on public health issues in the United States, solutions to the consequences of farming along the Mississippi and how bicycles improve the lives of people around the world.
UNI Faculty Leadership In Sustainability Education The Faculty Leadership Summer Institute will bring together a team of highly motivated UNI faculty dedicated to conversing about sustainability from an array of perspectives, broadening their understanding of the multiple dimensions of sustainability, and co-discovering innovative ways of integrating sustainability perspectives into existing courses.
Cards for Kids 2013 UNI students, faculty, staff, and community members donated over 1,300 cards to St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital!
Recycle Cell Phones and Rechargeable Batteries Recycle old cell phones and rechargeable batteries by dropping them off in designated boxes around campus!