In honor of Earth Day, the NCUA touted several steps the agencyhas taken to help the environment, including recycling cell phonesand reducing print communications and water usage.

The agency said its employees are observing Earth Day again thisyear with an in-house recycling event.

In the last year, the NCUA received an ENERGY STAR certification from theEnvironmental Protection Agency for its central office, scoring 86out of a possible 100 points. The agency also established a newrecycling program for batteries, cell phones and other smallelectronic devices.

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