The first thing we think when we hear recycle is extra work. It always seems that there is not enough time and that it is just too much extra work. Perhaps it seems like there are just no resources to recycle. The reality is that recycle does take time. It implies that we have to change the way we do things and this means extra work. Changing ways is what is hard, once these new steps become natural, what was extra work then will become just another trivial task. Once you find the will to make a difference you may be fustrated by the lack or resource and facilities to recycle. Do not let a barrier hold back your will to make a difference. It's our responsability to make those resources available; to make changes.
This page will provide you with many resources to help you start recycling.
|Ink Cartridges :
You can recycle ink catridges in:
|Collection Points :
Add bins/boxes to recycle paper in your office or near printers and copiers. The office of "Edificios y Terrenos" has a pickup service.
To recycle tranparancies just store them in a box and mail it to:
3M Recycle Program
99 Stevens Lane
Exeter, PA 18643
You can contact them at (570) 654-5511 or visit there webpage here. If you have confidential information on you may shred the slides prior to sending them.
Bring your floppy disks to the Campus Computer Center in Monzon Bldg. These disks will be reformatted and distributed to students. You may also send them to :
USA Citylink Project
Attn: Floppies for Kiddies
20349 Highway 36
Covington LA 70433
Jewel cases in good condition may be brought to the Campus Computer Center in Monzon Bldg, old or damaged (but not broken) CD ROMS may be recycled, or you may send them to MRC Polymers, C/O DADC Recycling Program, 3307 Lawdale Ave., Chicago, IL 60623.