The booths were manned by a variety of student and campus organizations.
The refillery's pilot program, which the founders will use to determine what products students are looking for from the refillery, will begin in April.
The market will be held Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The bill passed 17-8 with two abstentions.
“My goal is to educate as many students as I can about sustainability,” said Lisa Alexander, Resident Life's sustainability programs coordinator and co-coordinator for the Green Terp program.
Student environmental groups plan to hold weekly demonstrations next semester.
The initiatives include limiting single-waste plastics and researching stormwater management.
They'll be available for $75.