North Central College - Naperville, IL

College's recycled holiday greenery benefits wildlife

College's recycled holiday greenery benefits wildlife

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Continuing its commitment to sustainability, North Central discovered a new way to take down last season’s holiday decorations. Trees and garland from Wentz Concert Hall, A.A. Smith House and other campus locations were donated to the Willowbrook Wildlife Center to be used as animal habitats. Willowbrook will use the holiday greenery decorations to create habitats for the injured animals the center helps rehabilitate.



Have a green holiday: Recycle holiday lights

Have a green holiday: Recycle holiday lights

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North Central is taking advantage of the City of Naperville’s holiday light strand recycling program. This season alone, the College has deferred some 20 strands from a landfill and expects to recycle more as lights burn out during the holiday season.



When you move out, recycle unwanted items

When you move out, recycle unwanted items

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Students: As you make plans to move out, North Central wants your used and unwanted items. The College will provide a moving truck at each dorm location (see list below) on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, June 7-9, where you can donate anything you don’t plan on taking with you that can be reused or recycled.


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