Off Campus Recycling


Recycling is included in your garbage collection service!!! Request a bin from your trash service provider by calling 524-5221.


Unless your landlord decides to bring in recycling bins, you will have to save up your recyclables and bring them to one of three collections points (DON'T LET A LITTLE EXTRA WORK STOP YOU, THOUGH!!)

  1. Dittmer Parking Lot (located by the campus Police Station on Rt. 73) - 24 hours a day, 7 days per week
  2. Walmart Parking Lot - every 1st Saturday from 9-1
  3. Cook Field - every 3rd Saturday from 9-1


You are considered 'incorporated' by Rumpke even though technically you live in a house, so you will have to either pay extra for a separate recycling collection service, or you can bring your recyclables to the three locations listed above. (Again, don't let a little extra work stop you from doing the right thing - bring in your recyclables and we will do the rest!)

**The Recycling Office can assist you in obtaining reasonably priced indoor recycling containers if you are interested in starting your own program. Call us at 529-9564 - we would especially like to encourage you to incorporate recycling into your parties and pre-game celebrations.

What Is Recyclable???

  • Paper Products
  • Plastic Bottles
  • Aluminum Cans
  • Glass Containers
  • Cardboard

Paper Products

  • Newspapers (with glossy ad inserts)
  • Magazines & Catalogs
  • Hard and Soft Covered Books
  • Envelopes & Junk Mail
  • Pizza Boxes (emptied)
  • 'To Go' Boxes & Paper Bags
  • Cardboard Boxes
  • Computer Paper
  • Office Paper

Plastic & Glass

  • Plastic Milk Containers
  • Soft Drink Bottles
  • Shampoo Bottles
  • Laundry & Detergent Bottles
  • Plastic #1 and #2
  • Food Beverage Bottles & Jars
- All colors accepted
- Please empty and rinse out
- Paper labels do not need to be removed

Aluminum Cans

  • Aluminum Beverage Cans (Emptied)

Not Accepted: Aluminum Foil & Food Cans

Non-Recyclable Waste

The following items are non-recyclable waste.
Remember to exclude these items from your recycling bins.

  • Bottle Caps & Jar Caps
  • Bottles with cigarette butts or spittoons
  • Plastic Bags (unusable)
  • Food Matter
  • Tableware
  • Auto Glass, Lab Glass or Window Glass
  • Candy Wrappers
  • Wax-Coated Paper/ Envelopes
  • Coffee Filters
  • Paper Towels/ Napkins/ Tissues
  • Paper Cups/ Plates
  • Food Matter
  • Plastic/Metal Notebook Binders

Remember - recycling is something anyone can do to improve their environment!