Recycling @ FSU
Physical Plant Department oversees and coordinates campus recycling efforts.
The university is committed to supplying recycling bins where they are
needed and to improving the overall program. For
questions, comments, or suggestions related to campus recycling, please
contact Lawrence Gingerich, safety and sustainability coordinator.
View the most current FSU Recycling Schedule.
FSU Recycling Commitment
As part of its pledge to the ACUPCC, FSU participates annually in the Waste Minimization component of the RecycleMania competition. In addition, FSU is committed to the following three waste reduction measures:
1) Establish and continually improve the campus recycling program
2) Replace promotion of paper products with online alternatives
3) Create and promote a system to report wasteful practices and offer suggestions for waste reduction
items are recyclable and where do they go?
FSU currently recycles mixed paper, newsprint, magazines, plastic #1,
plastic #2, and aluminum. Look for blue recycling bins in buildings across campus.
- White, colored, newspaper, and glossy
- Can be recycled in a bin at the Library loading dock
- Cardboard, paperboard, and card-stock
can be recycled together
#1 - The typical soft drink bottle - please remove the caps
Plastic #2 - Heavier plastics - please remove the caps
cans - Crush cans before recycling to save space
- Contact the Physical Plant to arrange
Bags - Can be recycled in front of the FSU
printer and copier toner cartridges - Can be recycled throughout the Lane Center, or by contacting FSU Central Receiving
light bulbs - Contact the
Physical Plant to arrange for pick-up
March 22, 2016 - Frostburg SGA's $15 Bet on Green Returns a More Sustainable Future
March 16, 2016 - FSU Earns Fourth-Year Honors as Tree Campus USA
February 17, 2016 - Frostburg State University to Lead Research on Endangered Allegheny Woodrat
December 8, 2015 - Frostburg State Signs American Campuses Act on Climate Pledge
September 16, 2015 - FSU's Gira Center for Communications and Information Technology Earns LEED Gold Certification