MSU Recycling

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MSU Recycling is a student-funded program of the Associated Students of Montana State University with additional support from MSU Administration.  It was created in 2008 by student leaders responding to the need for an integrated recycling program at MSU and the desire to reduce the University’s environmental footprint.

As of November, 2014 MSU has diverted 2,351,377 pounds of valuable material from our local landfill. 

What We Do and Don't Recycle

 

recycling

E-waste with Safety Risk and Management recycles batteries, light bulbs, electronics, computers and printers.  Please contact Shay Halverson at 994-5678 or shalverson@montana.edu

ITC takes printer cartridges.

 

Collection Services

Recycling Stations: Cans, Plastic, Office Paper, and Newspaper (Mixed Paper) are collected by student employees on a weekly basis from the MSU Office of Sustainability recycling stations located in most campus buildings and residence halls. The pick-up schedule generally changes each semester to accommodate employee class schedules. Current Pick Up Schedule

Recycling Dumpsters: Several large well-marked dumpsters for Office Paper and Cardboard are provided for "self serve" use in convenient outdoor locations around campus. MSU Office of Sustainability owns these receptacles and contracts with Full Circle Recycling to service them. Cardboard is picked up multiple times per week, office paper is picked up about once every 3 weeks, as needed.

Paper Shredding: Need to shred paper? There is not a place on campus to shred large amounts of paper, but Tear It Up LLC is a local company that can do that for you. Check out their pricing and pick up information on the website, just click on the link in their name above.

Events: Please see our Events Recycling page for details about recycling services at athletic and other special events.

Special Pick-ups: If you are planning an office clean-out or have other large volume recycling needs, please use the nearest recycling dumpster or contact our office to arrange an extra pick up. Please do not use the indoor recycling stations for large volume deposits, as this may lead to an overflow between scheduled pickups.

NOTE: The large recycling containers located at the end of Harrison St. (near Langford Hall) and on 13th St. in Family/Grad Housing are not part of the MSU Recycling program. These are public drop-off locations provided by Gallatin County.

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