Green forest - green planet: students of RUDN at the volunteer spring week clean-up
Students and graduates of the country's “greenest” university care about issues of ecology and environmental cleanliness, so they began to clean the forest near the campus. The volunteers faced the task of not only collecting garbage, but also sorting it into plastic, glass and metal, which will be sent for recycling, as well as other waste.
In two hours of cleaning, the volunteers managed to collect and sort over 10 bags of garbage.
In memory of the clean-up, all participants received memorable badges “I love RUDN”. At the end of the event, all participants were invited to a gala concert and a picnic organized by the Women's Committee.
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The university has always been top-of-mind for him 24/7. They have become inseparable. We do not know anyone who loves RUDN University as much as he does, anyone who has invested so much strength, soul, mind and energy in the development of the University. And this love is mutual.
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