Recycling

Did You Know? If every student, staff member and faculty member at Amherst recycled... JUST ONE MORE SHEET OF PAPER every day, recycling that paper back into new paper products instead of sending it to the landfill, it would reduce greenhouse gas pollution by 11 tons per year. That would offset enough gasoline to fill your car's tank 63 times.

Recycling

Single Stream RecyclingEdit
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Recycling Currogated Cardboard

Submitted by JoAnn M. Lawrence
Cardboard Recycling
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Recycling Landscaping Wastes

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Landscape Material Recycling
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Recycling Asphalt, Brick & Concrete

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Concrete Recycling
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Recycling Scrap Metal & Appliances

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Recycling Metal
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Recycling Pallets & Wood Waste

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Pallet Recycling
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Recycling Facilities Department Wastes

Submitted by JoAnn M. Lawrence
Recycling Wastes
In addition to traditional recyclables, the Facilities Department recycles many bulky "behind-the-scenes"wastes. These wastes are separated into the following categories. For more information about any of these categories,click on the links below:
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Recycling in the Public Areas

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Public Recycling
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