What & How to recycle

In addition to the many items that Sac State recycles for its own operations, it also opens the opportunity to the Sac State Community to recycle a great deal of items from off campus as well. Below you will find both lists: a list of items that Sac State will accept from off-campus as well as a complete list of all that the University recycles. For more information about what and how to recycle on the Sac State campus, please contact Recycling Coordinator Joey Martinez:jmartinez@csus.edu

Items the University will accept for recycling:

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  • Car Batteries
  • Cooking Oil (Free of contaminants)
  • Electronic Waste (Please remove all memory and erase all drives)
  • Ink Cartidges

Below is the complete list of items recycled by Sac State. Because Recycling is an ever

  • Batteries
  • Bottles and Cans
  • Car Batteries
  • Cardboard
  • Coffee Grounds
  • Construction Materials
  • Cooking Oil
  • Electronic Waste
  • Green Waste
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Inert Materials
  • Ink Cartidges
  • Latex Paints
  • Light Bulbs
  • Polystyrene #6
  • Pallets
  • Plastics
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Tires
  • Toner Cartidges
  • Latex Paints (In their Original Container)
  • Metals
  • Polystyrene Foam #6 (Commonly known as Styrofoam - no packing peanuts please)

To Recycle any of the above items, please contact Recycling Coordinator Joey Martinez at: jmartinez@csus.edu

Prescription Medicationsincluding pet medications can be disposed of at The WELL Pharmacy. Please, no controlled substances. For more information, please contact The WELL Pharmacy at 916-278-6093

Batteries and Light Bulbs: For inquiries about how to recycle batteries and light bulbs, please contact Enviromental Health and Safety, Enviromental Specialist Bob Hitomi at 916-278-5165

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