The University of Baltimore unveils “Talking Trash” today, a program that invites Baltimoreans to vote with recycling on favorite sports team legends.
Each month, the university will pose a different question about Baltimore sports teams. The first question: “Who is Baltimore’s greatest team sports icon?” The UB community, its neighbors and even passersby can cast a vote by putting recycling in four campus bins. The bin with the most recycling at the end of the month will win! Voters can dispose of recyclable paper, cans and bottles and cast their vote as often as they wish. The results will be announced on UB’s website and another question will be posed.
The new initiative demonstrates UB’s continuing commitment to preserving the environment. From recycling and using green materials in construction projects to reducing energy and water use and encouraging the use of public transportation and rideshare programs, the UB community is committed to reducing its impact on the environment.
Look for the monthly Talking Trash question affixed to a 120-foot fence across from the Fitzgerald Garage and the Barnes & Noble at the University of Baltimore on West Oliver. The university will also post the question on its website.
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