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Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.
Compost Now and Tulane Law School have partnered to become a drop-off site for organic waste. The material is used for compost, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions and landfill waste, and helps rebuild soil around the city. The Tulane community is encouraged to bring  FROZEN food scraps. Drop-off is at the law school's inner courtyard Monday mornings. Please note the change in summer hours. Be on the lookout for signs in the lobby.

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