No. If purchased on WWU campus, hot coffee cups are 100% compostable (including lids and sleeves) in the Food Plus containers or in compost bins in the campus cafés.
No. If purchased on WWU campus, cold coffee cups are also 100% compostable in the Food Plus containers or in compost bins in the campus cafés.
Yes, but if they are food soiled please put them in the compost without plastic tables.
All plastics labeled 1-6 are recyclable in Whatcom. 7 plastics bought on campus are compostable. Bottles, jugs, caps, cups, lids, jars, tubs, pails, and buckets are recyclable in the barrels labeled "aluminum, plastic, glass, tin." Plastic bags and Styrofoam, however, are NOT recyclable on campus. Instead, Styrofoam belongs in bins labeled "trash" or "landfill" rather than in recycle barrels, and reuse plastic bags or look for the bag recycling containers at grocery stores, instead of sending them to landfills.
No. Q-tips, tissues, condoms, feminine products, and band-aids should be placed in bins labeled "trash" or "landfill" rather than in recycle barrels.
At the AS Bookstore front entrance, or at residence hall front desks.
At the AS Bookstore front entrance, or in Recovery Drive barrels near your residence hall’s recycling depot at the end of each quarter.
We are an on-campus job that hires through the AS job page. Positions are part time and run until graduation.