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Ways to Get Involved in Recycling

  1. Become a volunteer!

    Sign up on our volunteer list so you can be involved in our upcoming events! Volunteers are called upon whenever a recycle event is conducted. Volunteering is a great way to get involved in your community and help spread the recycling message! We need all the help we can get so join now! Just contact Acting Sustainability Coordinator, Amelia Mayahi, at to learn how to get involved!

  2. Become a fan on Facebook!

    Join our group on Facebook to keep up with our ever-growing progress. Keep posted on our latest achievements, news, and events. Leave comments on our wall about your thoughts and ideas on recycling at the University of Memphis. Invite your friends so they can get involved! Just type University of Memphis RECYCLES!!! in the search engine and join today!

  3. Spread the news!

    Recycling is a fairly new addition to the University of Memphis so the news and behavior of recycling has yet to reach every student. If you know about our program, make sure that your friends know about it too! Share our webpage and give them a chance to change their way of life. Recycling and being green is a phenomenon that is sweeping the nation and several campuses have already succeeded in zero-waste, so help spread the word and get the University of Memphis on the road to recycling!


    Maybe you don’t have the time to volunteer, but you can help just by following the 3R’s (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). This is something that everyone can do! The Student Green Fee has provided the funds and the University of Memphis has provided the means in which recycling is quick, easy and convenient. Please do your part and recycle!

Recycling Annual Reports

U of M Recyclable Items

For more information about Recycling at the University of Memphis, contact Amelia Mayahi at 678-5543 or by e-mail.
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