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The United States Air Force encourages installations to participate in the Earth Day observance on April 22, 2017 by sharing going green methods and energy saving ideas via social media by using #EarthDay2017. (Graphic by Sandra Cantrell)
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The United States Air Force encourages installations to participate in the Earth Day observance on April 22, 2017 by sharing going green methods and energy saving ideas via social media by using #EarthDay2017. The digital artwork depicts the concept of the Air Force's commitment to cleaner air with a you plant that resembles the Air Force Memorial sprouting up to a blue sky. (Graphic by Sandra Cantrell)
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Laurie Baker, Booz Allen Hamilton environmental consultant, pulls cardboard April 22 from a bag of trash headed for the landfill that could have been recycled. Ms. Baker performs trash audits on Peterson AFB to show how much material could be recycled. The Earth Day audit found 45.8 pounds of plastics, 56.6 pounds of white paper, 21.2 pounds of aluminum and 13.8 pounds of cardboard that could have been recycled. The results will be used by the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and building managers to design recycling programs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)
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Laurie Baker, Booz Allen Hamilton environmental consultant, pulls cardboard April 22 from a bag of trash headed for the landfill that could have been recycled. Ms. Baker performs trash audits on Peterson AFB to show how much material could be recycled. The Earth Day audit found 45.8 pounds of plastics, 56.6 pounds of white paper, 21.2 pounds of aluminum and 13.8 pounds of cardboard that could have been recycled. The results will be used by the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron and building managers to design recycling programs. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)
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Cindy Litteral (right), 21st Civil Engineer Squadron fire chief, hands out safety vests and orange garbage bags to Earth Day volunteers who picked up trash along Highway 24 outside the north gate on Peterson AFB April 22. Chief Litteral has orchestrated trash pick-up days on and around Peterson AFB for years. This year more than 50 volunteers collected about 3,500 pounds of trash, which was picked up by Colorado Springs crews. (U.S. Air Force photo/Rob Bussard)
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Angela Comer, an environmental consultant with RGI, digs through trash April 22 from Building 2 on Peterson Air Force Base. Ms. Comer is looking for recyclable material that could have been put in recycling bins. The trash audit helps the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron design recycling programs for individual buildings, which might include adding recycling containers inside offices and recycling bins outside. The audits help Peterson AFB reach its goal of recycling 50 percent of its material. (Editor’s Note: Photo by Marisa Aragon, 16, who shadowed 21st Space Wing photographer Rob Bussard on April 22 for "Bring Your Child to Work Day." Miss Aragon is a high school student and is enrolled in a photography class.)
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