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The Ithaca College Environmentalists call for the college to commit to sustainability, such as by  encouraging students to compost and having faculty incorporate sustainability in curriculums.

Ithaca College retail compost locations to be removed

By Kyle Arnold, Assistant News Editor February 1, 2016
Ithaca College compost retail areas will be removed following a policy change at the college's compost management facility, Cayuga Compost.
Each Sunday a composting bin will be located at the Circle Apartments community building for two hours, said senior Ben Tolles, sustainability project assistant of the Eco-Reps.

Ithaca College Eco-Reps pilot new Circles composting program

By Kyle Arnold, Staff Writer November 17, 2015
The IC Eco-Reps are partnering with the Tompkins County Solid Waste Management Division to unveil a new composting site at the Ithaca College Circle Apartments, where there currently exists no composting program.
Disposable utensils labeled compostable now belong in the trash after they were banned by the colleges composting company, Cayuga Compost.

Ithaca College bans disposable utensils from compost

By Faith Meckley, Staff Writer January 28, 2015
Ithaca College is no longer able to accept disposable utensils marked "compostable" into their compost collection bins.
See a tour of the composting facility at Cayuga Compost, and learn more about what happens to garbage after you throw it out.

Contributing to Compost

By Brendan Davis April 3, 2014
See a tour of the composting facility at Cayuga Compost, and learn more about what happens to garbage after you throw it out.

ITHACA THIS WEEKEND: Nov. 8–10

November 8, 2013
Your guide for what to do in Ithaca this weekend!
Editorial: Compost policy composition

Editorial: Compost policy composition

By The Ithacan November 6, 2013

Tompkins County will begin a curbside compost collection pilot program for 400 of its West Hill residents on Nov. 15. The selected households will be able to place food scraps in bins at the curb for pickup...

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