Empty plastic drink bottles and aluminum cans may be recycled in combination recycle containers around each campus.
Mixed paper may be recycled in the large green rolling bins, located on each floor of each building, or in various-sized mixed paper bins in classrooms and offices at each campus.
At the Hardin Valley campus, newspaper may be recycled in the newspaper rolling bin located on the first floor of the ERC.
Cardboard may be recycled in large outdoor cardboard dumpsters. At the Hardin Valley campus, the cardboard dumpsters are located between the Goins Building and ERC as well as behind the McWherter Building. At the Strawberry Plains campus, the cardboard dumpster is located near the loading dock.
If you need an additional recycle container, want to report a container that needs attention, or have questions regarding Pellissippi State’s recycling program and sustainability initiative, please email Karen Lively, Sustainable Campus Coordinator, at email@example.com or call her at 865-539-7364.
Follow Pellissippi State’s recycling and other sustainability efforts on Twitter at @psccsustainable, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PSCCSustainability, and by blog at http://blogs.pstcc.edu/sustainablecampus/.\
Meet PSCC's student recycling workers! When you see them picking up and sorting recycle items, promoting recycling, or hosting a sustainability table, please stop by and say hello.
Brad Moats (left) and Josh Wahner, Hardin Valley
Eric Young, Magnolia Avenue
Sarah Watson, Division Street
Brian Hoover, Strawberry Plains
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