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EcoReps’ Composter Blasts Off

Over four months since the project’s announcement, Columbia EcoReps revealed their beautiful new composter, which resides in the basement of Ruggles. Lovingly dubbed The Rocket, the composter is a first for urban universities and colleges in America. It will start out feeding on scraps from John Jay, then, just like a freshman, upgrade to adult food next September. By which we mean, it will start to rely on the scraps that other people feed it.  Welcome to college, little Rocket.

Photo creds to Melissa von Mayrhauser. 

Thanks to Aida Conroy, CC ’13, for the tip!

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5 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous wait, can anyone use this thing? cause that would be amazing.

  • rra2116 says:

    @rra2116 RAPH.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous ADAM FORMICA!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Aida Conroy is living proof that you can love the environment while still dressing well and smelling good.

  • zomg says:

    @zomg AIDA CONROY.

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