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The orange and blue continues effort to go green

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With the fall semester underway, so are the efforts to continue the University of Florida’s zero waste goal by 2015 . As Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FMs Jessica Becerra reports, the efforts to go green expand from gator football games to dining hall composts.

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