LSU wins GameDay Recycling Challenge
BATON ROUGE- LSU led the nation in recycling during the college football season, with 86,400 pounds.
Tammy Millican, assistant director for facility and property oversight, says the results of the GameDay Recycling Challenge show that LSU also led the Southeastern Conference in tons recycled per capita.
Ninety-nine colleges and universities participated in the recycling challenge, which tries to get fans to reduce their game-day waste, while composting and recycling more.
The rankings were based on the quantity of recyclables, food organics and other materials diverted from the landfill at college football stadiums and tailgating areas.
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