By Rosanne Fohn
|Campus architect John Amos, AIA, LEED AP, (right), chair of the Green Initiatives Committee, is shown with Katherine Fording of Aramark at a previous Go Green Fair.|
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The UT Health Science Center San Antonio will implement single-stream recycling
throughout the Long Campus beginning Friday, April 19, the day of the Go Green Fair
. Go Green Fair
At the Go Green Fair, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Lecture Hall Commons, you can learn how to help implement the new recycling program, and how to conserve energy, protect the environment, grow healthy plants and sign up to carpool to work.
- San Antonio Water System
- CPS Energy
- Alamo Area Council of Governments
- City of San Antonio Solid Waste Division
- Build San Antonio Green
- Solar San Antonio
- Office of Environmental Health and Safety
- Briscoe Library
- Buildings and Grounds
- Green Initiative Committee (GIC)
- Republic Services
There will be door prizes, including a Yucatan hammock and more. Stop by the GIC booth or visit the Go Green website
to take the Go Green Pledge
.Single-stream recycling program
Single-stream recycling was tested in the Briscoe Library and School of Medicine. Now it will be implemented across the Long Campus. Plans are being made to bring single-stream recycling to the Greehey Academic & Research Campus and the Texas Research Park in the future.
|Everyone on the Long Campus is asked to bring their recyclable materials to these blue roll-away bins located throughout the campus.|
Developed by the Green Initiatives Committee, the plan calls for everyone to save recyclable items at their desks and then bring them to the blue roll-away containers
conveniently located on each floor of most Long Campus buildings.
Please do not place confidential or HIPPA-protected materials in recycling containers.
“The UT System Board of Regents Policy, UTS169
, states, ‘Each institution will record and monitor annual waste and recycling quantities, implement procedures to reduce campus waste and set a goal to increase campus recycling each year,” said Michael Black, M.B.A., senior executive vice president and chief operating officer.