The following provides details on how to become a recycling coordinator and what it involves.
The role of the School Recycling Coordinator is absolutely central to the implementation of the University’s Recycling and Waste Management Policy 2010.
For more information on our policy, follow the link below:
The Recycling Coordinator shall provide the day-to-day point of contact and channel of communication on all aspects of Waste Reduction.
This relates to improving solid and liquid waste storage and disposal practices, but also relating to wider aspects of environmental protection and conservation of resources - all as they affect School / institute / centre or unit.
The main role of the Recycling Coordinator(s) is to:
A Head of School will normally nominate another person in the School as School Recycling Coordinator.
Where Schools are large, and particularly where they cover more than one site, Local Recycling Coordinators should be appointed so they may act for a particular building or local administrative unit.
You can also nominate yourself as a School or Local Recycling Coordinator.
If you are retiring or indeed a new member of staff taking over the role of Recycling Coordinator please let the Waste and Recycling Team know, providing the following information:
This article was published on Feb 23, 2010