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Whether the goal is energy savings, saving money on paper products, or keeping the campus clean and litter-free, wise use of resources is a priority at FHSU.
PolicyThe recycling goal at FHSU is to reduce solid, hazardous, and animal waste quantities as much as possible. Programs of re-using, recycling and surplusing not only reduce landfill needs but have many practical and environmental benefits. These programs support our "Clean and Green" campus philosophy and represent the right thing to do. Reduction and re-use play an important role in any successful recycling program that is designed for campus-wide ownership, is easy to participate in, and is intended to be perpetual.
Paper to be Recycled
Paper Products NOT to be Recycled
Please do not put plastic bags, glass or metal in blue-striped recycling dumpsters.
Paper Reduction and Reuse Tips
Paper/Cardboard Tonnage Recycled at FHSU
Paper and cardboard recycling at Fort Hays State University is done in conjunction with the recycling program for the city of Hays.
Other Recycling at FHSUThe following waste streams are also recycled:
Electronic RecyclingThe EPA has issued guidelines for dealing with Electronic Recycling and mandatory standards will be forthcoming.
FHSU recycles used electronic equipment at the City of Hays Recycling Center. While computers (monitors, CPUs and keyboards) are the main thrust of this effort, any electronic equipment will be considered, barring environmental or health hazards. The following items are examples of items that may be recycled:
The University's commitment to this program will be: 1) provide the recycler with unbroken, non-hazardous electronic equipment, and 2) provide manpower to gather recyclable products to a secured location.
The Physical Plant work order system will be utilized to request pick-up of electronic equipment for recycling.
If you have any questions about the recycling program at Fort Hays State University, please contact the Physical Plant at (785) 628-4424, or William Deeds, Environmental/Safety Officer.
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