Recycling & Waste Management

Mixed paper

Newspaper, Magazines & Office Paper

paper 6pack

Many types of paper can be recycled together. Put these materials in any recycling bin found throughout all buildings on campus.

  • Newspapers
  • Glossy Magazines and Catalogs
  • Computer/ Copier Paper
  • Writing Paper
  • Envelopes (Windows okay)
  • Opened “Junk Mail”
  • Brochures
  • Cereal Boxes/Gray Boxboard (remove liners)
  • 6-pack, 12-pack or 24-pack soda and beer carton carriers
  • Manila Folders
  • Staples are Okay
  • Shredded Paper is Okay- please seal in plastic bag
  • Frozen or refrigerated food boxes
  • Tissues, Kleenex or paper towels
  • Photographs or resin-coated papers
  • NCR or "carbonless" paper
  • Plastic transparencies or film
  • Food or candy wrappers
  • Paper cups, plates or any paper that has come in direct contact with food or the human body!
  • Rubberbands or large metal clips
  • Pendaflex Folders
  • Carbon Paper
The custodial and housekeeping staff will transport these materials to each building loading dock or designated pick up spot.  Materials are then hauled to the Chittenden Material Recycling Facility and sorted into various grades of paper to be sent to factories and mills to be turned into new products.

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Last modified April 06 2011 02:22 PM

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