To promote the national recycling competition, the E-Reps help run a competition between the SMU residence halls. The community that recycles more than it throws away wins.
The first place prize for highest recycling waste percentage is a week of Einstein’s breakfast brought to the residence hall! Second place is a pizza party!
Congratulations to Smith-Perkins Hall for winning first place! SMU Service House won second!
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SMU recycled 12.90 pounds per person over 8 weeks. This is equivalent to 44 cars off the road. Our final ranking was 122 of 406 in per capita classic, and 123 of 411 in Gorilla.
By peer group, SMU ranked THIRD!
|School||Rank||Lbs. per Capita|
|ORDERED BY RANK|
|The University of Texas Medical Branch||1||24.313|
|Southern Methodist University||3||12.895|
|The University of Texas at Arlington||7||6.199|
|University of North Texas||8||4.637|