Recycling

Recycling at the Law School is Single Stream. Single Stream recycling means that ALL recyclable materials are placed into the same recycling bin. When in doubt, recycle!

How To Recycle

What Can Be Recycled?

  • All Paper & Cardboard (Boxes, Newspapers, Milk/Juice Cartons, Mail, Phone Books, Catalogs, Magazines, Soiled Pizza Boxes, etc.)
  • All Plastics & Plastic Films (Bags, Bottles, Plastic Film/Wrap, Food Storage Containers, Plastic Cups & Plastic Silverware)
  • All Glass Containers
  • All Metals (Cans, Foil, & Food Storage Containers)

Do NOT place the following items in the Recycling Bins:

  • Liquids
  • Food Waste

Recycling Locations

  • Furman Hall
  • Vanderbilt Hall
  • Hayden Hall Residence: A blue recycling bin has been placed in all of the apartments. These bins should be emptied into the large recycling bins in the refuse closets located on each floor. Recycling bins are also located in the study rooms, computer labs, The Pub, Game Room, Hayden Hall 312, and the lobby.
  • D'Agostino Hall: A blue recycling bin has been placed in all of the apartments. These bins should be emptied into the recycling bins located by the elevators on each floor. Recycling bins are also located in the offices, computer lab, The Commons, the Journals, and the lobby.
  • 230 Sullivan Street: Recycling bins are located next to the trash bins in the alley.
  • Wilf Hall

Techno Trash

Bins for Techno Trash (Diskettes, CD's, DVD's, Video & Audio Tapes, Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges, Cell Phones, PDAs and Pagers, Digital Cameras, Laptop Computers, Handheld Games, CD & MP3 Players, Rechargeable Batteries) are located in the lobbies of Hayden Hall and D'Agostino Hall and in Vanderbilt Hall 110.

CFLs

Compact Flourescent Lightbulbs (CFLs) should be recycled in the bins located in the Hayden Hall Lobby and D'Agostino Hall Commons.