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Kansas City, Missouri
By taking advantage of best practices in technology and sustainability, KCU endeavors to identify ways to reduce its impact on the environment, creating a better future for the generations of students yet to come.
Through campus-wide recycling opportunities, KCU lessens our carbon footprint and supports community organizations such as Newhouse Shelter, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Lions Clubs and KC Rehabilitation Institute.
Multiple recycling bins are placed in each building on campus, however specific items such as electronics, eyeglasses and keys, have designated bins in the Student Activities Center. Click here for a complete list of where to recycle on campus and locally.
KCU's Cottonwood Café composting program provides a simple way to further reduce landfill waste. Almost all of the take-out containers and utensils used in the Cafe are compostable. Recycling and composting bins are provided, along with instructions on what can be placed in each bin.
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