Recycling and Composting: Why We Do It

Anya Dale, Sustainability Representative
Tracy Artley, Sustainability Programs Coordinator
Office of Campus Sustainability
The University of Michigan

Johnson Rooms, Lurie Engineering Bldg, Univ of Michigan, North Campus.
Noon, Tuesday, February 26, 2019


Come join us as the Office of Campus Sustainability shares an overview of waste reduction programs on campus, why it matters, and how you can be involved. Among other fascinating things, you’ll learn what goes into which (landfill, recycle, compost) bin and why! There will be plenty of time for Q & A, and maybe even some games and prizes!

Tracy Artley is the project manager for the President’s waste and recycling standardization initiative through the Office of Campus Sustainability. She develops and implement plans to roll out new standards to campus by partnering with students, faculty & staff to ensure compliance with regulations, recycling best practices and individual building requirements. Finally, she leads all project communication efforts to both the project stakeholder working group and targeted buildings.
Anya Dale is the Sustainability Rep at the University of Michigan Office for Campus Sustainability. She helps to coordinate campus partners to reduce synthetic chemical applications on campus grounds, promotes waste reduction and diversion across campus, and coordinates and leads the Zero Waste Events Program. She is also the liaison to Architecture, Engineering & Construction (AEC) and helps to develop programs to encourage diversion of construction and demolition waste and track C & D data. Lastly, she helps to educate the university community on best practices in environmental sustainability.
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