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Recycling & Waste

The Recyclng and Waste team provides the Santa Clara University Community with exceptional recycling, landfill collection and disposal services. SCU's goal of being Zero Waste (90% diversion) by 2020 is well on its way. Currently, we are at a 59% diversion rate which places SCU on its way to our projected goal. Our waste & recycling team is here to improve, protect and preserve the environment at SCU by properly collecting all reusable materials that do not belong in landfills.

Provided Services

Recycling of the following items:

  • Batteries
  • Books / Magazines
  • Bottles (glass & plastic)
  • Cans (tin & aluminum)
  • e-Waste*
  • Ink Cartridges
  • Paper & Cardboard

*It is the computer owners responsibility to remove all personal data off the hard drive.

Confidential Shredding

It is the computer owners responsibility to remove all personal data off the hard drive. 

Contact our Waste and Recycling Supervisor directly.

 

Supervisor Custodial, Waste & Recycling Services


  

Joe Pereira

Phone: (408) 554-2793

Email: jvpereira@scu.edu

Office Hours: M-F, 4:00 AM - 12:30 PM

 

Recycling and Waste services of the Santa Clara University campus is looked over by three full time Facilities employees. These three men are the classic example of how a team should work together.

 

Recycling & Waste Team Members

Recycling/Waste Removal Technician

Zeferino Duenas

Recycling/Waste Removal Technician

Adolfo Plascencia

   

Recycling/Waste Removal Specialist

Eugenio Ramirez

Submitting a Service Request

Service requests can be submitted online through the AiM system which allows for the creation of new Service Requests, as well as the ability to monitor and query for existing Requests. Faculty, Staff, and Students* are welcome to use this online tool.  Email Facilities to get your AiM login information.

We highly encourage customers to submit requests Online; however, you can alternatively choose to send an email to Facilities-CSC@scu.edu or call the Customer Service Center at (408) 554-4742.

*Students, please access AiM through your eCampus login