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Last year's tent sale was a huge hit.
Second Annual Cram & Scram Reaches Goal of Reducing Municipal Solid Waste

The second annual Cram & Scram recycling effort has come to a close with unprecedented results. Fifteen students led by Ashley Langer '09 dedicated more than 1,000 hours of work within a two-week period, and their hard work paid off – this year's group demonstrated an intense commitment that prompted outstanding results.  More ...

Blankets and bedding are just some of the many items collected for Cram & Scram.
Second Ham Cram & Scram Collects Tons
After last year's successful launch of Ham's Cram & Scram, the recycling effort is back and it appears that it will surpass last year's collection. The purpose of Cram & Scram is to collect recyclable/reusable items from residence halls – everything from furniture and appliances to clothing, books and unopened food items. Rather than throwing the items away and sending them to the county landfill, they are collected and sorted for reuse. More ...
Recycling Task Force Mini-Scram Collects for Food Bank

Coming off the success of the first big year-end waste reduction project, "Ham Cram & Scram," the Recycling Task Force (RTF) initiated the "Mini-Scram" for semester break. In each residence hall's common room, a collection station was created for unwanted items and food for the local food bank.  More ...

Students browse through electronic items in the Cram & Scram tent
Cram & Scram Furniture Sale and Plant Sale Are August 26 and 27
Those who were on campus last semester will most likely remember the end-of-year "Ham's Cram & Scram," where students from the Recycling Task Force collected recyclable/reusable items from residence halls. Now the fruits of the volunteers' labor will be for sale at the Cram & Scram tent sale on Aug. 26 and 27. More ...
Unopened food collected through Cram-and-Scram will be donated to Clark Mills Food Pantry.
Hamilton Hustles to Recycle

Hamilton College is conducting its first "Ham's Cram & Scram" from May 14-24. The project is designed to reduce the College's end-of-year waste by recycling and reusing items that would typically be thrown out at the end of the academic year.  More ...

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