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Did you know? In NYS its illegal to dispose of electronic waste in landfills. Today from 7:30am-2pm- drop off ewast… https://t.co/fODHEVTuUd
Archie Comics is ‘Getting Drastic with Plastic’ at RIT Earth Day talk April 19
Today at noon! Play for a chance to win cool prizes, and test your knowledge of waste on campus! https://t.co/da2GAgLdyY
Check out "WNY Sustainable Business EXPO & Keynote - The Triple Bottom Line" https://t.co/IrmlFqaTHM @Eventbrite
RIT students and researchers take a bite out of food waste
Researchers honored by Rochester Institute of Technology
Meet with @NYSP2I's team of experts at this upcoming event! https://t.co/Wzo04jQjf2
RIT on TV: Dealing with Electronic Waste
@NYSP2I was highlighted in the latest edition of Rochester Institute of Technology's Research Magazine. https://t.co/m5NTMdXbyn
Encouraging Sustainable Behaviors Through Product Design
State-Funded Center Helps Reduce Environmental Impact
Pollution Prevention Institute Fosters Development of Sustainable Businesses
RIT is Becoming a Key Player in National Initiatives Critical to U.S. Manufacturing
Connections to Industry Helped RIT Grow into National University
Reusable carbon nanotubes could be the water filter of the future, says RIT study
Tonight @ 6 learn repair of common electronics (including cell phones) at The Construct (4th floor of Institute Hall) with @iFixit tools!
Saying goodbye to RIT’s No. 1 and his No. 1
NYSP2I webinar designed to assist businesses on practical ways to reduce and prevent waste while saving money.
Feeding the Hudson Valley: https://t.co/gkf4LlcqVe via @YouTube
We're kicking off Repairit Week tonight at 6! Ingle Auditorium! Come watch @truecostmovie and learn about impacts of the fashion industry!
Application deadline is quickly approaching for @NYSP2I's 2017-18 Community Grants Program. Apply by 3/31/17. https://t.co/pHIsfcs32i
Check out a video from the 'Feeding the Hudson Valley' event that was held on at Hudson State Historic Park.
RIT Expert: Eric Williams, Associate Professor, Golisano Institute for Sustainability
RIT WiCHacks 2017