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My Expansion of Knowledge of Recycling: Write and Respond 2

Write and Respond 2 Sarah Sobel November 27, 2017 Before taking Math 033, I was had limited awareness on the recycling industry and the alternative, modern landfills. In the beginning of the semester, the class read an article called “The … Continue reading

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Buying Milk Locally: Does It Really Make a Difference?

Jessica Dickey Math 33 Write and Respond  Buying Milk Locally In this paper, I will be analyzing the benefits in buying milk from local dairies as opposed to grocery stores.  Throughout this paper, I will be providing summaries of the … Continue reading

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Reusable water bottles can make a difference

Erin Brennan Professor Deforest Math 33 W&R 1 Final Draft 1 October 2017 Contrary to popular belief, most of the time drinking bottled water is not a healthier or smarter alternative to drinking tap water in a reusable bottle. You … Continue reading

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Plastic vs Reusable Water Bottles

In the United States, approximately 42.6 billion plastic water bottles are purchased each year. Have you ever thought about how much money you have spent on these plastic water bottles? In total, American citizens will spend around $11.8 billion on … Continue reading

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Write and Respond 1: Water Bottle Refill Stations

Water bottle refill stations are everywhere now, they not only help keep students hydrated but the water is free. It’s general knowledge that plastic bottles are bad for the environment. To encourage the usage of reusable water bottles many college … Continue reading

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