Recycling Program

LLS Goes Green

Loyola Goes Green

Loyola Law School has expanded its recycling program. Currently, the Loyola campus recycles or composts 50% of its waste. Its goal is to increase the amount recycled or composted to 65% over the next two years.

Campus waste stations are conveniently placed throughout campus. All students, staff, faculty and visitors are asked to sort their waste into the following bins: 

RECYCLE
WHITE COPY PAPER

COMPOST
NEWSPAPERS
MAGAZINES                       
BLUEBOOKS                      
FLYERS
BROCHURES                      
SHREDDED DOCUMENTS
PAPER PLATES                   
CARDBOARD
PLANTS                                
FOOD-SOILED WASTE

RECYCLE
CANS
GLASS
PLASTIC CONTAINERS

TRASH
STAPLES                              
STRAWS
STYROFOAM
PLASTIC SODA CAPS
PLASTIC COFFEE LIDS     ETC.

 
Outside Campus Recycling/Composition Centers:
Area
Esplanade
Burns Plaza
Oak Tree Quad
Rains Plaza
Founders Plaza
Inside Recycling/Composition Centers:
Building Floor Area
Burns 1st Floor Student Lounge and Sonia's Cocina
Burns 2nd Floor Staff Lounge and Information Center
Burns 3rd Floor Faculty Loung
Burns 4th Floor Elevator Atrium
Casassa Basement Hall of the 80s
Casassa 2nd Floor Vending Machine Room
Casassa 5th Floor Room 501
Donovan Hall   Front Entrance
Founders' Hall 1st Floor Outside Main Entrance
Founders' Hall 2nd Floor Elevator Lobby and Room 238 (Vending Area)
Girardi Building 1st Floor Robinson Courtroom
Girardi Building 2nd Floor Courtroom of the 90s
Girardi Building 3rd Floor Media Room
Hall of the 70s   Front Entrance
Merrifield Hall   Entrance Area
Rains Library 1st Floor Staff lounge
Rains Library 2nd Floor  
Darling Pavilion 2nd Floor  
Darling Pavilion 3rd Floor  
Darling Pavilion 4th Floor  

Composting/Recycling Centers may also be found in break and copy rooms in the larger campus departments.

Anyone with questions or suggestions regarding this program is encouraged to contact Campus Planning at x7435 or 213.252.7435.