To make a difference within the community and do your part in reducing waste, energy usage, water conservation, and slow the depletion of the world’s natural resources, small changes such as recycling could make a tremendous difference. Please take advantage of any opportunity to recycle and to better the community you live in. Thank you for making a difference!
Recycling website information that can help with your home recycling efforts.
These organizations recycle computers and cell phones for worthwhile causes:
Clayton State University is committed to being an environmentally conscious community by recycling and properly disposing of hazardous materials.
Paper, Aluminum and Plastics
Clayton State University supplies paper, aluminum and plastic recycling bins throughout the campus and currently employs the services of Waste Management, Inc. http://www.wm.com
Clayton State recycles toner cartridges by shipping the used cartridges back to the vendor of purchase. Please contact Dirk Morrell at (678) 466-4251 for detailed instructions.
Facilities Management stores batteries in an approved container. When the container is full, a certified hazardous waste management company removes the container.
Goodyear currently handles the recycling of all tires for Clayton State University.
Facilities Management stores used oil in a 250 gallon approved container. When the container is full, a certified hazardous waste management company removes the container.
Dining Services stores used grease in a 250 gallon approved container. Auxiliary Services contracts with Griffin Industries to recycle the used grease.
Clayton State University recycles wooden pallets through a contractor.
Facilities Management stores fluorescent lamps and ballasts in an approved container. When the container is full, a certified hazardous waste management company removes the container.
Clayton State University recycles monitors, CPUs and components through the state surplus process.
Clayton State University recycles old cell phones through a program sponsored by Public Safety. Recycle bins are located in the LakerCard office.