UConn Health is taking steps to reduce its environmental impact by making the decision to use waste reduction products and systems from Georgia-Pacific Professional (GPP). The estimated impact of the specific GPP system versus our standard product produces the following benefits:
|CO2 Reduction (Manufacture/Transportation)||46.3%|
|Fossil Fuel Emissions Reduction (Manufacture/Transportation)||45.2%|
Environmental Sustainability at Work and Home
- Single Stream Recycling
- Connecticut Resources Recovery Authority Recycling Guide
- Battery Recycling - The Office of Research Safety is responsible for recycling used batteries. A battery recycling bin is located outside the Office of Research Safety in building 20.
Sustaining the Environment When Commuting
Health, Safety and Environment Fair
- April 8, 2016 from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Environmental Sustainability Advisory Council Progress
From Left to Right: Linda Johnson, Account Executive, EBP Supply Solutions; George K. Moses, Operations Manager, Facilities Management and Operations, UConn Health; Heather Demaio, Account Executive, Georgia-Pacific, LLC; Clifford Ashton, Associate Vice President, Facilities Management and Operations, UConn Health; Don Elliott, Senior Account Manager, Georgia-Pacific, LLC