Alpha Theta Says, "Remember to Recycle!"
Students, faculty, and staff at Northeast Alabama Community
College have many opportunities to recycle. The college partners
with Scottsboro Recycling, who provides paper, plastic bottle,
and aluminum can recycling stations throughout the campus.
Recently Mu Alpha Theta updated its toner and cell phone
recycling station in the Math and Science Building lobby. Lee
Ann Hanback, recipient of the Mu Alpha Theta Summer Honors
Scholarship, constructed the ink jet, toner cartridge, and cell
phone bin. With the help of her father, Rick Hanback, Lee Ann
added an attractiveness to the recycling opportunities available
“Lee Ann and her father did excellent work on the recycling
station for the Math and Science Building. Additionally, Lee Ann
did excellent work for the Division of Mathematics this summer
in her work as the Mu Alpha Theta Summer Honors Scholarship
recipient. I appreciate her creativeness,” stated Greg Millican,
Director of the Division of Mathematics.
Kim Dalton, Mu Alpha Theta President, encourages students to
drop off their small inkjet printer cartridges from their home
printers, and faculty and staff to drop off their larger
laserjet and printer cartridges in the “Recycling Central” area
of the Math and Science Building. Mu Alpha Theta Officers send
the cartridges and cell phones to an Alabama-based business.
Donors are reminded to please clear the memory on their cell
phone of any private information before depositing the phone in
the recycle bin and ensure that the service on the donated phone
has been disconnected to prevent fraudulent use.
Funds received are used for student scholarships. For more
information on Mu Alpha Theta’s recycling project, contact Kim
Dalton, Mu Alpha Theta President, at
Lee Ann Hanback (left), Mu Alpha Theta Summer
Honors Scholarship Recipient, reminds students to bring their
home inkjet printer cartridges to place in the recycle bin
located at “Recycling Central” in the Math and Science Building
lobby. Kim Dalton (right), Mu Alpha Theta President, reminds
faculty and staff to donate their office laserjet printer
cartridges as well. Paper, plastic bottle, and aluminum can
recycling bins are also located throughout campus for the
convenience of faculty, staff, and students.