A Look into USF Recycles

October 7, 2009 at 9:33 PM Leave a comment

USF Recycles Program
USF is committed to developing environmentally responsible practices, both in energy conservation and solid-waste management. The USF Recycles Program recycles aluminum cans, brown, green, and clear bottles, paper, cardboard, and plastics. Over 200 bins are placed around campus, including in the residence halls, to collect approximately seven tons of material each month. You are requested to help the efforts of recycling by placing materials in the proper bins. It is the responsibility of the entire floor to keep the recycling rooms clean. In situations where clean-up costs or damage charges are assessed, such costs or charges will be divided equally among the members of the floor.

You may reach USF Recycles at 422-2705.


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