Climate Change Facts, a September 2011 tri-fold pamphlet spearheaded by Les Grady
I think it’s great JMU has a policy discouraging the use of plastic bottles.
Individuals who provide water for their constituencies should consider alternatives to water in individual bottles. Such alternatives may include purchasing re-useable recyclable plastic water bottles such as those that are available for purchase from the Institute for the Stewardship of the Natural World or from the University Bookstore.
If it is determined that bottled water is the best option for the particular use, the university encourages the purchase of water in recyclable plastic bottles such as those that are available for purchase from university dining services and special events (Aramark).
Re-useable recyclable water bottles may be purchased by contacting the Institute for the Stewardship of the Natural World or the University Bookstore.
Any bottled water purchased from JMU Dining or Special Events will be in recyclable containers.
But did you think plastic bottles were evil (perhaps after watching the Story of Bottled Water)?
Think again (http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=1787036814819).