We offer students an excellent way to get involved with our program.
Organizing Students to Hang Out
Through oganizing students, Project Laundry List aims to transform society’s perception of the clothesline and educate the American public about laundry issues. We also aim to provide fun activities for all ages.
Games for the Little Ones
Game for the Big Kids
|Four Things High School and College Students Can Do
1) Give a Power Point presentation for your peers, staff, and faculty. We have one
2) Pressure the appropriate institutional department (e.g., facilities management, residential life) to purchase energy efficient dryers, set up clotheslines, and educate the community about cold water washing. Dorms should be designed to provide space for indoor drying.
3) Set up a new group or a subgroup of your campus environmental organization to advocate for clotheslines and efficient appliances. Learn more about starting a network group.
4) Write to the Coin Operators Association at 1315 Butterfield Road, Suite 212, Downers Grove, IL 60515 and ask them to implement changes in their industry that will lead to more cold water washing and procurement of more efficient machines.
Please let us know what you are doing on your campus. Thanks!
|In the Press
Laundry costs rise with purchase of new dryers (Penn State)
Jason and the Laundronauts (Grist)
Students, faculty, alumni and administrators from this college have always played a leading role in accomplishing the goals of our organization.
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