Single Stream Recycling
Shippensburg University has a comprehensive recycling program called Single-Stream Recycling.
ANY of the following materials can go into the pictured bins:
mixed paper, newspaper, corrugated cardboard (flattened), glass bottles, aluminum cans, steel containers, and numbers 1 through 7 plastic containers can be put in any container with a Clear plastic bag.
The University also provides a commuter single stream recycling drop-off location which is located in the parking lot of the Steam Plant on North Prince Street labeled CPW.
Look for bins with the Clear plastic bags:
What can I drop off?
The S.U. Technology Support Center desk accepts accept old desktop computers, monitors, laptops, peripherals (keyboards, headphones, mice, etc.), batteries, cell phones, tablets, game consoles, and many other items.
Where are the Drop-Off Locations?
You can drop off any electronic equipment that you would like to have recycled at the Shippensburg University Technical Support Center which is located in the Ezra Memorial Library on campus.
Printer Toner Cartridges
|Ceddia Union Building||3rd Floor Slate Office|
|Ezra Lehman Library||By Lab Printers|
|Franklin Science Center||1st Floor Psychology Lab|
|Gilbert Hall||1st Floor Vending Area|
|Grove Hall||1st Floor Computer Lab|
|Horton Hall||Entrance of Women's Center|
|Math and Computing Technologies Center||In Computer Lab 054|
|Old Main||Stewart-side Entrance|
|Roland/Shearer Hall||Outside Roland 200|
|Reed Operations Center||Outside Conference Room|
|Stewart Hall||Right-side of Entrance-way|
|Shippen Hall||1st Floor Hallway|
|Wright Hall||Right-side of Entrance-way|
Printer Cartridge Drop Off Bins:
For more detailed information on electronics please visit: http://www.ship.edu/technology/Electronic_Device_Recycling/
How do I know my recycling gets recycled?
Recycling is collected in clear bags, while trash is collected in dark bags. Clear and dark bags are transported together to a waste facility where they are sorted and handled appropriately.
What if my recycling is being put in a dark trash bag?
Fix it! Contact the Custodial Service Manager (x1453 or RJKoch@ship.edu) to get this issue resolved.
What if there is trash in the recycling bin?
Up to 25% of trash contamination is tolerated in each recycling container. Exceeding that amount results in the recyclables being thrown away.
What if SU doesn't recycle something that I want recycled?
Look on-line and find out where you can take your item to be recycled. There are several recycling facilities surrounding SU, including Big Spring Recycling Depot and the New Hope Recycling Center. See http://shipcoalition.org for more details.
Where can I go to find more information?
Questions about recycling on campus should be directed to the Custodial Services Manager, Physical Plant, 477-1453, or RJKoch@ship.edu.