Why is it important to recycle at MCCC?
It is projected that MCCC produces nearly 1 million pounds of waste a year, which equates to 500 tons. Without recycling, all of that would go into landfills. Through the MCCC Recycling Program, 43 percent of that waste will be diverted from landfills. That’s about 205 tons or 410,000 pounds.
What can be recycled through MCCC’s Recycling Program?
The complete list of materials is graphically displayed in the Recycling Program Flyer. Please post this in your area. You can recycle office paper (any color), paperboard (such as tissue boxes), newspapers, magazines, junk mail, plastic bottles, metal cans, glass bottles and jars, plastic bags and cardboard boxes.
Recycling Program Flyer
Total Campus Monthly Trash & Recycling
% of MCCC's Total Recycled Waste
Recycling Locations on Campus
Building A - Audrey M. Warrick Student Services/Administration Building
Building C - Campbell Learning Resource Center
Building E - East Technology Building
Building H - Gerald Welch Health Education Building
Building L - Life Sciences Building
Building W - West Technology Building
Building Z - La-Z-Boy Center
Whitman Center Campus