NORTHLINK COLLEGE TAKES A STEP FORWARD TO BEING MORE “GREEN”

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On Monday, 10 February 2014, Northlink College took another step to become a greener College. Three new refuse bins were painted and used as indicators for recycling at the Belhar Campus. This initiative will soon be spread across to all seven Campuses and the Central Office.

Northlink College takes a step forward to being more “green” 2 SA Study University, FET and Bursary Information South Africa

In 2013 Northlink College announced that the College will be make every effort to become more “green”, environmentally friendly and ultimately help to lessen the impact that the College has on the environment. Belhar Campus will pilot and kick start this venture to test the effectiveness of the usage of these bins.

Says Heinrich Snyders, HoD: Electrical Engineering at Northlink College Belhar Campus: “We have committed ourselves to being more environmentally efficient and also being more environmentally friendly in how we do our business at the College, therefore we trust that these bins will be the first of many other initiatives to achieve the efficiency that we would like to have.”

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