Tag: Message in a Bottle

‘Message in a Bottle’ update: Recycle, reuse, reclaim … in about 40 years

We told you previously about UW-Green Bay’s “Message in a Bottle” campaign, which is bringing a fun time-capsule element to environmental awareness on campus. Sustainability leaders this fall collected messages in plastic soda and water bottles, designed to be used as fillers in new planters on the IS rooftop. The project brings awareness to the […]

Last chance to leave message in a bottle

UW-Green Bay’s sustainability team is hoping the campus community gets — and gives — their “Message in a Bottle.” This is the final week for the personal time capsule campaign involving the new Student Services plaza/roof deck, currently under construction. The “last chance collection bin” will be located on the second floor of the Cofrin […]

Still time to leave your “Message in a Bottle”

Just a friendly reminder that UW-Green Bay’s earth-friendly “Message in a Bottle” campaign continues through Friday (Sept. 21) on campus. As we mentioned here before, members of the campus community are welcome to leave plastic-bottled messages for future generations that will be used to fill planters on the new Student Services roof plaza. The project […]

Sending out an (eco) S.O.S.: UW-Green Bay’s Message in a Bottle drive

It’s the awesome, cost-saving eco campaign that already has us singing that catchy ditty from The Police — that’s right, UW-Green Bay’s ‘Message in a Bottle’ drive is here! All next week, campus community members will be invited to share their message, time-capsule style, in a plastic bottle (of the soda or water variety). These […]

‘Message in a Bottle’ project to to preserve memories, promote recycling at UW-Green Bay

UW-Green Bay’s sustainability team is hoping the campus community gets — and gives — their “Message in a Bottle” during an awareness campaign Sept. 17-21. The campaign involves the new Student Services plaza/roof deck, currently under construction. The plaza project will include a number of large, deep planters — some are so deep that the […]