Three Clemson students dedicated to sustainability made a statement outside Holtzendorff Hall Friday by proving just how dedicated to the cause they are.
Clemson University is turning "Solid Green" as it competes against more than 450 colleges and universities in the 2014 RecycleMania tournament to see which can reduce, reuse and recycle the most campus waste.
There’s no shortage of tires in South Carolina. And Clemson University’s Asphalt Rubber Technology Service promotes, designs and tests the use of recycled scrap tires in rubberized asphalt and in other civil infrastructure applications.
Clemson students are working to reduce their carbon footprint during tailgating activities at Clemson athletic events
For 10 weeks, Clemson will compete against more than 600 other universities in the United States, Canada and Mexico in the annual RecycleMania competition to see who is the most sustainable.
Tom Jones feels like he has also been able to tap into his education background by teaching students, faculty and staff about recycling. And he feels part of Clemson’s role as a university is to teach others about the importance of wisely using our resources.
An offshoot of the already established Solid Green Committee, the new club is for students only.