HAWAII PACIFIC UNIVERSITY: Honors Class Explores OAHU’s Waste Streams and Sustainable Waste Futures

Hawaii Pacific University issued the following announcement on March 12

Residential Honors Program sophomore students in the HON 2200 “Plastic Fantastic?” course studied Oahu’s waste stream by participating in the Honolulu City & County’s “Opala Tour.”

Students applied their learning of Life Cycle Analysis and ‘Cradle-to-Grave’ consumption patterns with visits to RRR (recycling), H-Power (trash incineration), Hawaiian Earth Recycling (composting) and the Waimanalo Gulch Sanitary Landfill.

Mahalo to participants: Laken Barber, Hunter Burrows, Kiana Cabacungan, Sally Chew, Malia Torres, Kate De Guzman, Haley Hampton, Sydney Lewark, Dominique Mueller, Kerrianne O’Malley, Rose St. Hilaire, Bri Vides, Noelle Fisher, and faculty Regina Ostergaard-Klem, Ph.D., Adam Burke, Ph.D., and Jennifer Lynch, Ph.D.

Original source can be found here.

Source: Hawaii Pacific University

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