Dartmouth is committed to a Waste Centralization program aimed at increasing the recycling and trash diversion rates. The program helps decrease the energy use and greenhouse gas emissions associated with the manufacture, transport, and disposal of waste materials. This process supports Dartmouth's progress toward meeting the sustainability goals outlined by President Hanlon on Earth Day, 2017.
Zero-Sort Recycling: What can be Recycled on Campus
Personnel from Facilities Operations and Management (FO&M) pick up recycling and trash from residential, academic, and administrative buildings on campus and from Dartmouth offices at Centerra Office Park in Lebanon, N.H.
- Dartmouth Recycles works with Casella for Zero-SortTM items (paper, cardboard, cans, plastic and glass) which are transported to Rutland, VT
- Computers and cell phones are recycled by Castaway Technologies in Methuen, MA
For more recycling information see: Frequently Asked Questions.
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