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Dolores River runs through Rio Mesa Center, an important aquatic ecosystem of the Colorado Plateau.

What’s More Important Than Water?

That is, indeed, a potent question, especially when one lives in an arid state like Utah. And that is how Dan McCool responded when asked by a reporter why he

Geneva Taylor on a Recyc Bike collecting from a Ute tailgater.

Transformation – PAC-12 Football and Recycling at Rice-Eccles

This fall is an exciting time for the University of Utah. Joining the Pac-12 Conference means the Utes will have the chance to become one of the nation’s

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The “Triple Bottom Line” of Recycling

The University of Utah aims to divert almost 50 percent of its current, overall waste – as stated by the 2010 Climate Action Plan – a

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