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Wipe Your Butt; Save the Environment

toiletpaperWhat: Eco-Action and OPP are teaming up to test different types of toilet paper that the purchasing department is considering to replace the Kimberley Clark product that is currently being used. Eco-Action has been pushing for this for a while– check here for some background information.

Basically, you’re going to do your business with one of the potential TPs and then rate the experience.

When: 12:30 to 3:30 on Thursday and Friday April 30-31

Where: Two places at the HUB… 1) the bathrooms near the big TV, 2) the bathrooms on the ground level near the vending machines

Cost: Just a lil dignity…

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