Previous year’s MCPA Award winners are eligible to receive the Mayor’s Award, meant to recognize sustained dedication to sustainability. For their continued efforts in reusing through artistry, composting, recycling and reducing single-use items, True/False earned the 2018 Mayor’s Award. Their Green Team has achieved a diversion rate of over 87% and continues to educate staff, students, volunteers and Fest goers on the importance of environmental responsibility.
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