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UMass Medical School is committed to the ambitious goal of reducing its overall waste stream and to increasing the amount of recycled waste from the current 30 percent of all waste to 50 percent. To help the campus reach that target, Facilities is working on expanding recycling locations, signage and options for recycling items. UMass Medical School is also diverting some of its organic waste to a local farm and currently looking to expand this program.
**IMPORTANT** All food & beverage containers must be empty
Not Acceptable in Single-Stream
Ink cartridges: recycling old ink a toner cartridges in one of three ways 1) return by mail using manufacture supplied shipping label, 2) return to Office Max delivery personnel, 3) deposit in ink and toner recycling bin located on the trash docks. The new program developed though
Electronics: Computers, monitors, appliances, medical and research equipment can be recycled by depositing items in the carboard bin on the main school/hospital trash dock
Battery Recycling: Recharable batteries and cell phones are recycled through Call2Recycle. Alkaline batteries are not recycled and can be deposited in the the regular trash.
Look on campus for blue recycling bins in common areas, offices and conference rooms. If you want more information, or need additional bins, please contact email@example.com.
New Recycling and Trash Signage for cafeterias