The Recycling Department helps to protect the UNM and New Mexico environment by diverting recyclable materials from landfill and ensuring diverted materials are beneficially reused. We collect potentially recyclable materials such as paper, aluminum cans/plastic bottles/glass bottles/tin cans, cardboard, CDs/DVDs, scrap metal, wooden pallets, etc. from UNM campus facilities and store or process the materials for off-site reclamation.
UNM Recycling is committed to helping keep New Mexico the beautiful place it is naturally. The act of recycling is a positive way to help keep our environment healthy. We encourage students, faculty and staff to participate in recycling at UNM and to tell others about it as well.
We are constantly looking for new materials to recycle and new ways to recycle what we already collect from the campus. If you have ideas and want to help, please contact Scott George, Recycling Supervisor, at 277-0842 or email@example.com.
Do We Recycle That? The Answer is Usually Yes! Check here if you have the following commodities and need a pickup from your department.
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UNM Now Recycles Textiles, Rags or Clothing Unfit for Charity.
FACTS ABOUT RECYCLING
Recycling is the process of making new products from used materials. This not only has many benefits for the environment, but also for the future of the human race. Learn more at: http://www.facts-about-recycling.com/
GREEN GUIDE TO RECYCLING APPLIANCES AND ELECTRONICS
It is important to note that both appliances and electronics can usually be recycled in a safe and efficient manner, and if they are not recycled, then can cause clutter, trash, and waste that can be extremely harmful to our planet earth. Learn more at:
RECYCLING EMPTY PLASTIC BOTTLES
EVER WONDER ... what happens to your empty plastic bottles after you put them in the recycling bin? Watch this cool video to see what happens.
"A Sorted Affair" - watch this video featuring the adventures of sorting your recyclables.