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applied engineering

recycled plastic injection molding

By John saveriano, camdyn Brunner, and Paige guinther 

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John Saveriano (junior) is a dedicated Manufacturing Engineering major actively participating in various clubs within the Applied Engineering Safety and Technology Department. He plays a significant role in the department's recycled plastics initiatives, involving the collection, cleaning, sorting, and shredding of recycled bottles and caps sourced either through donations or campus-wide self-collection. Throughout the remainder of his time at Millersville, John aspires to persist in his endeavors within sustainability and recycled plastics. John and the AEST Department are working to establish connections within the industry, enabling them to sustain their remarkable work and utilize their talents to make a positive global impact.

Camdyn Brunner (junior) is a dedicated Manufacturing Engineering major actively participating in various clubs within the Applied Engineering Safety and Technology Department. He plays a significant role in the department's recycled plastics initiatives, involving the collection, cleaning, sorting, and shredding of recycled bottles and caps sourced either through donations or campus-wide self-collection. Throughout the remainder of his time at Millersville, Camdyn aspires to persist in his endeavors within sustainability and recycled plastics. Camdyn and the AEST Department are working to establish connections within the industry, enabling them to sustain their remarkable work and utilize their talents to make a positive global impact.

Paige Guinther (sophomore) is a dedicated Manufacturing Engineering major actively participating in various clubs within the Applied Engineering Safety and Technology Department. She plays a significant role in the department's recycled plastics initiatives, involving the collection, cleaning, sorting, and shredding of recycled bottles and caps sourced either through donations or campus-wide self-collection. Throughout the remainder of her time at Millersville, Paige aspires to persist in his endeavors within sustainability and recycled plastics. Paige and the AEST Department are working to establish connections within the industry, enabling them to sustain their remarkable work and utilize their talents to make a positive global impact.

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