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Secondhand Bookshop

If you are looking for study books for your courses or do you want to sell yours?
WEP has a secondhand bookstore. We accept and sell studybooks used at the WUR, languages books used for courses at Into Languages at the WUR.
For more detailed information about the secondhand bookshop, go here.

Clothing corner

We have a circular clothing corner where you can drop off your old clothes that you do not wear anymore and/or exchange it with ‘new’ clothes . It’s all for free! Please only donate clothes that are still wearable and clean. You can come by during our office ours or send us an email when you are planning to drop off clothes!

Veggie and Fruit Bag – currently not available

Do you know that you can get fresh, seasonal, organic vegetables, and fruits every week right on campus?

WEP collaborates with the Tuinderij De Stroom, an organic farm situated in Hemmen, to bring you a variety of vegetables and fruits every week.

There are different types of veggie or fruit bags to subscribe, you can read all about them here.

PMD bags

In collaboration with the municipality of Wageningen, WEP offers a PMD bag service. All apartment residents can come to our office and get PMD bags for free.
PMD bags are used to recycle plastic and metal packaging and drink cartons.
Feel free to drop by our office to pick up some bag rolls.

Student Initiatives

WEP encourages students to work on sustainability-related initiatives and to contact us if they would like to have some help or guidance of any form. You are always free to ask our input.

Below are some examples of initiatives students have taken in Wageningen. Most of them are initiated through the WUR course “Empowerment for Sustainability”, which is given by Valentina Tassone in period 4. Within this course students have the opportunity to create their own sustainability-related project and they will be guided in doing this.

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