WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (Exponent) - Students curiously wandered near the mountain of trash scattered over tarps in the middle of Rawls on Wednesday, watching as the trash was sorted and weighed.
Eric Yee, a graduate student, noticed people looking at the scene in disgust and overheard remarks wondering what was going on.
Net Impact, a national organization for business students who want to use their business degrees to enact environmental and social change, held an event called "Mt. Trashmore" to try to spread awareness of the ease of recycling on campus and what can actually be recycled.
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