Recycling & Waste

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Recycling at Denison

Denison has a long legacy of recycling. Started in 1984, the Denison University Recycling Program is still active on campus and works to promote recycling and waste reduction. Around campus, recycling receptacles are available in the campus commons, academic buildings, and behind dormitories.

In 2004, Denison opened the Denison University and Granville Community Recycling Center located on Pearl St. in Granville, Ohio.

What Can Be Recycled at Denison

Denison utilizes single stream recycling on campus and also collects a variety of e-waste.

Single-Stream/Comingled Recycling E-Waste*/OTHER
Aluminum Cans
Cardboard
Glass Bottles & Jars
Magazines
Metal Cans
Newspaper
Office Paper (including post-its, envelopes & index cards)
Paperboard (i.e. cereal boxes)
Plastic #1
Plastic #2
Batteries (Rechargeable, Alkaline, Cell Phone, etc.)
Computers, Keyboards, & Monitors
CDs & DVDs
Aerosol Cans
Scanners
Copiers
Toner & Ink Cartridges
Cameras
Cell Phones
Video Games
Phone equipment
Microwaves/Toasters
... & more

*E-waste recycling is brought to you through a partnership with Ohio Drop Off.  Electronics can only be collected at the Denison Recycling Center.

Additional information about recycling practices:

Annual Events - Recycling & Waste Reduction