Creative Reuse in Baltimore: Shopping, Swapping, and Scrapping

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Johns Hopkins University Glass Pavilion

3510 N Charles Street

Glass Pavillion

Baltimore, MD 21218

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Learn about Baltimore based resources for creative reuse and ending the factory to landfill trajectory!

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Join us for the first installment of the Hop Reuse Hub's Lunch and Learn series of the new academic year! Enjoy a FREE LUNCH and stimulating conversation!

As you enjoy Baltimore this Fall, you may be wondering, "How can I be involved with reuse in my community and reduce my carbon and incinerator footprints?" From resale to refurbishment to re-purposing, there are members of our community working every day to divert usable resources away from the incinerator!

Learn about these awesome resources and how you can utilize them to shop, swap, and scrap!

Our guest speaker, Nancy Hotchkiss of Scrap B-more, will give us an inside look into her organisation's efforts to reduce waste in Baltimore and provide an outlet for creative reuse and up-cycling.

We hope you will leave this event with greater excitement and knowledge surrounding the reuse initiatives in Baltimore, and have a greater sense for how you can use these resources to live a healthier and green-er life!

Please Note: This event is for JHU affiliates only. You must have a JHU ID to attend.

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Johns Hopkins University Glass Pavilion

3510 N Charles Street

Glass Pavillion

Baltimore, MD 21218

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Organizer Brigid Gregory Trites, Homewood Recycling Coordinator

Organizer of Creative Reuse in Baltimore: Shopping, Swapping, and Scrapping

The Homewood Recycling Program is committed to responsible waste reduction and disposal in order to protect the health of our community and our environment. We strive to increase the reuse, recycling, and composting of waste generated on the Homewood campus and reduce the amount of waste incinerated. We do this by educating faculty, staff and students about how and why waste should be sorted, making waste segregation easy and convenient; and encouraging the reduction of waste generation by promoting reuse. The Zero Waste Events program is one of several operational programs that Homewood Recycling manages.

 

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