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Residence hall recycling station locations

Recycle bin between Hentschke and Hornby Halls

In each student hall there is a gray tote bin which is used to collect paper.

White or colored paper may be placed in the bin. The recycling station is positioned near the soda machines. Once a week the Transportation team collects the paper from the halls and consolidates the material for pick up by the City of Redlands Quality of Life department.

Next to the gray tote is a red tote bin. Plastic bottles of all types, glass bottles, or aluminum cans may be placed in these totes. Once a week the Transportation team collects the mixed recyclables for sorting at the campus recycling center. Plastic and aluminum are sorted into individual bins. Glass is sorted by color and recycled accordingly.

In addition to residence hall recycling stations there are 8 outdoor recycling stations for bottles and cans on campus.

Hall Recycling Stations: Brockton Apartments: Building A recycle enclosure

Residence Halls: First floor near soda machines

Outdoor Recycling Stations:

  • Hunsaker Center
  • Armacost Library
  • Hall of Letters
  • Rose Garden near Willis Between Hentschke and Hornby Halls
  • Central Ave. Apartments

Don't trash it—Recycle it

Please collect these materials and take them to a recycling station in your residence hall.

Paper

YES  NO 
Brochures & flyers  Food wrappers 
White & colored paper Paper Cups 
Magazines, catalogs, junk mail & newspaper  Paper Towels, tissue 
Paperboard (cereal boxes) & paperbags Laminated paper 
Paperback books  

Cans/glass/plastic

YES  NO 
Aluminum & steel cans  Plastic bags 
Glass bottles Styrofoam 
Jars  Plastic film 
Plastic containers  Ceramics or drinking glasses 


There are more than 1,700 trees on the University of Redlands campus.
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In April 2010, it was designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation. Redlands is among just three other colleges or universities in California to receive this designation.

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