MSU Surplus Store newsletter - Goodbye, Jabber Jaw!

All good things must come to an end, and it’s with a heavy heart that I announce next week will be Jabber Jaw’s last in the Surplus Store newsletter and social media pictures.

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7 energy-saving ways to dry your clothesGreen your laundry routine with these eco-friendly drying practices.

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7 energy-saving ways to dry your clothes
Green your laundry routine with these eco-friendly drying practices.

MSU Sustainability: MSU Recycles more than One Million Pounds for RecycleMania

#MSU recycled more than 836,000 pounds of paper, boxboard, cardboard, metal and glass, more than 33,000 pounds of electronics, and almost 200,000 pounds of food waste during RecycleMania. This was all within the span of eight weeks

MSU Zeroing in on Energy-Reduction Goals

When #MSU joined the Better Buildings Challenge, it planned to meet the national goal of a 20 percent energy use reduction by the year 2020. But today, MSU is more than halfway to that 20 percent goal!

#BikeMonth continues, just like our bike sale at the MSU Surplus Store! 50% off all these ones

#BikeMonth continues, just like our bike sale at the MSU Surplus Store! 50% off all these ones

How Cans, Bottles, and Cardboard Boxes are Recycled Into Brand New Products, according to Inhabitat

How Cans, Bottles, and Cardboard Boxes are Recycled Into Brand New Products, according to Inhabitat

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50 ways to reuse your garbageFrom fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles, here’s how to save money and treat your trash like treasure.

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50 ways to reuse your garbage
From fruit peels and coffee grounds to pantyhose and pill bottles, here’s how to save money and treat your trash like treasure.

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13 tips to reduce, reuse and recycle your foodFind out how you can use more and waste less, from shopping at the grocery store to composting leftovers.

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13 tips to reduce, reuse and recycle your food
Find out how you can use more and waste less, from shopping at the grocery store to composting leftovers.