College Game Day Recycling Resources
CURC has recently collaborated with the U.S. EPA, Keep America Beautiful (KAB) and Virginia Tech to promote football game day recycling on college campuses.
This best practices guide is a resource for colleges and universities to implement or improve collegiate game day recycling and sustainability efforts. The guide was produced by a student research team coordinated by the Virginia Tech Office of Energy & Sustainability. It provides an overview of strategies for the implementation and development of a collegiate game day operation. It includes case studies of participants’ programs and a list of best practices for all areas of game day operations to implement or improve a sustainable materials management program. The guide is published in cooperation with the US EPA’s Game Day Challenge, CURC, Keep America Beautiful and Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Visit the site to learn about the competition, past winner and what schools do to green their GameDay.
This online manual provides an overview of strategies for implementation and program development of a college campus recycling programs. The guidebook was created by Christine von Kolnitz-Cooley, Medical University of South Carolina, and Karyn Kaplan, University of Oregon in 2001 and revised in 2010.
Created by Jack DeBell, University of Colorado, Boulder in 2000, this toolkit is designed to help maximize the level of recycling associated with soft drink vending while promoting vendors’ assistance in recycling and waste reduction. The toolkit includes sample bid language, options to address recycling and waste reduction concerns, a cost analysis of converting vending machines from aluminum cans to plastic bottles, and case studies from nine schools around the country.