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     Carrier Library Supports EARTH
    Kathy Clarke 

    On March 26, student representatives from the campus environmental awareness group, EARTH, recognized Carrier Library for its use of 100% post-consumer chlorine-free recycled paper at library printers and copiers.  


    EARTH'S Thank You Banner


    Library and Educational Technology Dean, Ralph Alberico addressed the Earth group and library faculty, and thanked EARTH, Lynn Cameron and Claudette Lee for their efforts in getting the paper approved for state purchase.  


    Ralph Alberico and EARTH representatives

    EARTH representative, Gina Moore commended the library on helping to promote environmentally-friendly policies on the JMU campus.  Ralph also commended the students on helping to make the successful transition from free to pay-for-print work so smoothly.  With the implementation on the pay-for-print system, the library has significantly reduced the amount of paper wasted annually.  


    For more information on the EARTH/Carrier Library Recycled paper initiative, please see the Knowledge Edge article from the Fall 2001 issue.  


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