Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1: Why Reduce, Reuse, Recycle?
Chapter 2: Energy and Resource Conservation
Chapter 3: Zero Waste Campus Toolkit
Chapter 4: How to Start a Recycling Program
Chapter 5: Funding
Chapter 6: Which Materials Can be Recycled?
Chapter 7: Solid Waste Audits
Chapter 8: Tracking Materials and Cost Benefits
Chapter 9: Marketing Recyclables
Chapter 10: Commingling and Single Stream Collection
Chapter 11: Buy Recycled and Environmentally Preferable Products
Chapter 12: Special Materials, Chemical and Hazardous Wastes
Chapter 13: Construction and Demolition Recycling
Chapter 14: Composting
Chapter 15: Bioplastics
Chapter 16: Legislative Compliance
Chapter 17: Policies
Chapter 18: Contracts
Chapter 19: Involving Students, Faculty, and Staff
Chapter 20: Committees
Chapter 21: Networking and Outreach
Chapter 22: Grassroots
Chapter 23: Education and Promotion- Getting the Word Out
Chapter 24: Education to Action
Chapter 25: Housing
Chapter 26: Recycling in the Kitchen
Chapter 27: Printing Departments
Chapter 28: Zero Waste Events
Chapter 29: Reuse Exchanges and Waste Reduction
Chapter 30: Campus Sustainability
Appendix 1: Cardinal Rules of Zero Waste and Recycling Programs
Appendix 2: UO Green Office Audit


7/11/11

© 2010 University of Oregon and Medical University of South Carolina, All Rights Reserved.
Created in 2001 and edited in 2014.
This work may be downloaded, printed, and distributed provided that (a) it is only for
non-commercial purposes and (b) this copyright notice is not removed or obscured. The University of Oregon and the Medical University of South Carolina retain all right, title and interest in and to this work.