Deborah Collis, left, director of Financial and Administrative services, Jason Noseworthy, life sciences purchasing, and Toby Rowe, right, Memorial’s sustainability co-ordinator, deliver a cheque for $500 to Dr. Penny Blackwood, director of the Office of Alumni Affairs and Development. The monies will be directed towards an entrance scholarship financed exclusively through the ink-jet cartridge recycling program. Everybody at the university is welcome to participate in the program by dropping cartridges off to SN-1107 or contacting email@example.com to set up a collection box. Participants are welcome to contribute ink-jet cartridges from home as well. This initiative was started by the Department of Financial and Administrative Services, and through the efforts of Mr. Noseworthy and the Sustainability Office, has continued to grow.