Improving public and environmental health is a core principle of Harvard’s School of Public Health. Thanks to the mission-driven efforts by HSPH’s community—students, faculty, facilities and custodial teams, and staff—many of the offices and common areas of HSPH have adopted, maintained, and become thriving models for recycling and composting.
HSPH’s Eco-Opportunity Recycling and Composting Committee would like to see continued high rates of participation in recycling and composting and sustained awareness about reducing waste. With proper and effective signage and labeling HSPH’s recycling, compost, and trash areas are huge successes. However, missing bins, confusing signage, and poorly labeled areas still exist—we’ve all seen them, we know where they are, and we know the offenders. As a HSPH community member what can you do to help? Join the fight against mislabeled and missing recycling, compost, and trash areas in your offices! Take these simple actions:
Email email@example.com with the following information:
a. Where is the problematic or missing disposal station?
b. What is the problem with the station?
c. Is possible, include a photo of the area
Every complaint or report sent will receive an entry into a raffle for a FREE LUNCH! Please email your entries by Friday, December 14. The winner will be announced at the December Eco-Op Meeting on Thursday, December 20.