Waste Management, Recycling and Disposal Procedures form part of the University’s Environmental Management Systems (EnvMS) requirements. The University adopted the EnvMS in February 2004 and a key environmental objective identified was to improve and monitor the University’s waste management programme. UK Waste legislation originates from the Control of Pollution Act 1974.
Office Waste and Recycling
Recycling containers are provided for plastics, paper, cans, glass and waste. Waste containers are emptied and recycling materials collected when containers are becoming full.
Other items that can be recycled are:
- Electrical equipment – contact Robert Smith, ext 31040, email@example.com
- Printer toner cartridges – take to the nearest collection site (Clothworkers South)
- AA and similar batteries – send in the internal post to Cleaning Services
- Batteries containing lithium, cadmium or mercury, lead acid type of rechargeable – contact Sarah Burdall – Health & Safety Services, ext 38042, firstname.lastname@example.org
All staff and students are requested to comply with this so that an efficient recycling programme is adopted in the School.
Further information and guidance on Waste Management is available from the Sustainability Service website: http://sustainability.leeds.ac.uk/recycling/