eMedia Bin

The Electronic Media (eMedia) Recycling Program allows departments and individuals to dispose the following electronic media in a responsible way: batteries, inkjet and bubble jet printer cartridges, non-confidential electronic media, and small personal electronics.

Location

United States
47° 39' 20.9772" N, 122° 18' 53.9064" W

eMedia Bin

The Electronic Media (eMedia) Recycling Program allows departments and individuals to dispose the following electronic media in a responsible way: batteries, inkjet and bubble jet printer cartridges, non-confidential electronic media, and small personal electronics.

Location

United States
47° 39' 23.7924" N, 122° 18' 57.996" W

eMedia Bin

The Electronic Media (eMedia) Recycling Program allows departments and individuals to dispose the following electronic media in a responsible way: batteries, inkjet and bubble jet printer cartridges, non-confidential electronic media, and small personal electronics.

Location

United States
47° 39' 38.1528" N, 122° 18' 37.9908" W

BigBelly® Solar Kiosk

UW Recycling introduced “intelligent” BigBelly® Solar Kiosks on Earth Day 2012 to increase waste diversion in outdoor, high-traffic areas of campus and promote public area composting. The kiosk consists of three containers for sorting waste (composting, recycling and garbage), each of which is equipped with a sensor that regularly measures the mass of material inside. These kiosks are wireless, solar-powered and capable of sending text messages to staff when they are ready to be serviced.

Location

United States
47° 39' 21.3156" N, 122° 18' 36.8784" W

BigBelly® Solar Kiosk

UW Recycling introduced “intelligent” BigBelly® Solar Kiosks on Earth Day 2012 to increase waste diversion in outdoor, high-traffic areas of campus and promote public area composting. The kiosk consists of three containers for sorting waste (composting, recycling and garbage), each of which is equipped with a sensor that regularly measures the mass of material inside. These kiosks are wireless, solar-powered and capable of sending text messages to staff when they are ready to be serviced.

Location

United States
47° 39' 13.4136" N, 122° 18' 9.0576" W

BigBelly® Solar Kiosk

UW Recycling introduced “intelligent” BigBelly® Solar Kiosks on Earth Day 2012 to increase waste diversion in outdoor, high-traffic areas of campus and promote public area composting. The kiosk consists of three containers for sorting waste (composting, recycling and garbage), each of which is equipped with a sensor that regularly measures the mass of material inside. These kiosks are wireless, solar-powered and capable of sending text messages to staff when they are ready to be serviced.

Location

United States
47° 39' 8.1612" N, 122° 18' 23.3532" W

BigBelly® Solar Kiosk

UW Recycling introduced “intelligent” BigBelly® Solar Kiosks on Earth Day 2012 to increase waste diversion in outdoor, high-traffic areas of campus and promote public area composting. The kiosk consists of three containers for sorting waste (composting, recycling and garbage), each of which is equipped with a sensor that regularly measures the mass of material inside. These kiosks are wireless, solar-powered and capable of sending text messages to staff when they are ready to be serviced.

Location

United States
47° 39' 2.7432" N, 122° 18' 21.5244" W

BigBelly® Solar Kiosk

UW Recycling introduced “intelligent” BigBelly® Solar Kiosks on Earth Day 2012 to increase waste diversion in outdoor, high-traffic areas of campus and promote public area composting. The kiosk consists of three containers for sorting waste (composting, recycling and garbage), each of which is equipped with a sensor that regularly measures the mass of material inside. These kiosks are wireless, solar-powered and capable of sending text messages to staff when they are ready to be serviced.

Location

United States
47° 39' 1.5948" N, 122° 18' 18.504" W

SILVER: HSAS&F Visual Design & Production

This office of ~10 members has achieved the Silver level of certification. The Green Office Certification Program at the University of Washington encourages staff, faculty, and students to help make their office or workplace at UW sustainable.

Location

United States
47° 39' 3.1104" N, 122° 18' 33.5304" W

C1 Parking Lot Electric Vehicle Charging

Level C1 is in the Central UW Parking Garage The University of Washington is equipped with several car charging stations around campus. Each station delivers controlled power to effectively and efficiently charge electric vehicles. Vehicles must display a valid UW parking permit and may park at an electric vehicle charging station for up to two hours while actively charging.

Location

United States
47° 39' 24.7068" N, 122° 18' 42.2784" W

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