Home Game Recycling is back! See below if you are interested in
From: Liz Carollo [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Wednesday, November 08, 2006 6:13 PM
To: Adrian Erlenbach; Alan Tarrab; Alex Rodman; Alexis Johnson; Alison
Erlenbach; Aly Byrne; Alyssa LaRenzie; Andrew O'Bar; Anthony Tidwell; April
Dudash; Ashley Schick; Ashley Martinovich; Ashley Schick; Barbara Adams;
Beau Frail; Brendan Moore; Brett Tooley; Brian Becker; Candice Eisenmann;
Carlos Baez; Caroline Sacerdote; Casey Woolwine; Charlotte Haselden
Subject: Tail-Gator Recycling
Hello Green Team!
We have had a long vacation from Gator Home Games but now it is time for UF
vs. South Carolina! This should be a really good game with a large turnout
because we are out for revenge! We will meet as usual at our tent in front
of Weil Hall, and here are the shifts for Saturday:
Shift 1: 10-12:30
This shift will hand out bags to tailgating groups with an explanation of
the program, along with deliver blue bags to attendants at lots and assure
them that volunteers will return periodically to help hand out bags, as
traffic flow increases. Pick recyclable materials from trash as needed, and
deliver full tied-off bags to a centralized collection spot.
Shift 2: 12:30-3:00
Volunteers in this shift will continue to hand out blue bags to newly
arrived tailgating groups with an explanation of the program. They will
also revisit attendant lots to restock blue bags and or stay with attendants
to hand out bags if traffic flow has increased. They will pick up
recyclable items from trash cans as needed, and deliver full, tied-off bags
to a centralized collection spot. Place 10 pilot recycling boxes with lids
on west end of stadium adjacent to trash bins.
Shift 3: 3:00-4:30
Volunteers in this shift will revisit attendant lots to restock blue bags
and or stay with attendants to hand out bags if traffic flow has increased.
They will also pick recyclable items from trash cans as needed, and deliver
full, tied-off bags to a centralized collection spot. Also begin checking
full bags in tailgating areas for contamination. Remove all contamination
and tie off full bags, hand out new bags if necessary, and make sure not to
over-fill bags with glass. Monitor the receptacles with LIDS around the
stadium and empty them as needed.
For those of you that are not going to the game it would be great if you
could come for the 3rd shift because it is the hardest shift and often has
the least amount of people! We hope to see you all on Saturday, and please
do not forget to sign in and sign out. We have the weights from the last
three games so the checks for your student organizations are on the way.
Thanks, and please do not hesitate to call me if you have any questions or
Thanks for all your hard work!!!
GO Gators, GO Green Team!!!!!
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