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Sustainability Services is a department within Facilities Services that functions to reduce waste on campus. A team of fifteen student employees manage, track, and remove recyclables in all of the residence halls and academic buildings on campus. Sustainability Services also coordinates the disposal of electronic waste, universal waste (ie: batteries, light bulbs), and donatable items. In addition, zero-waste events and other events that raise awareness about waste reduction are coordinated through them.
To contact Sustainability Services:
Environmental Policy & Decision Making Department
As of Fall 2016, incoming students can now major in Environmental Policy & Decision Making (EPDM) as part of an interdisciplinary program designed to help students integrate their primary major of study with a secondary major that focuses on how individual and collective decisions impact the environment.
To contact the EPDM Department:
Rachel DeMotts, Director
Sustainability Advisory Committee
The Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) is a coalition of students, faculty, and staff committed to increasing the awareness and practice of sustainable behaviors on campus. The committee meets monthly during the academic year as a way to update those on the committee about what each department is working on, as well as to plan upcoming events. If you're interested in attending a meeting, please contact SAC.
To contact SAC:
The Center for Intercultural & Civic Engagement (CICE) plays a role in helping keep our campus sustainable. They have programs throughout the school year to donate salvaged food and make available school supplies and dried foods to students in need. The CICE also coordinates volunteer programs through various community partnerships. One being Operation SAVE, which aims to reduce the amount of clothing and bedding in the landfill during move-out each year. If you'd like to volunteer with Operation SAVE, or learn more about what the CICE has to offer, please contact them.
To contact CICE:
Visit their website
Stop by the CICE, a.k.a. the Yellow House (3219 N. 13th St.)
Environmental Campus Outreach
ECO Club functions to channel student voices regarding environmental concerns in both the Puget Sound community and our community at large. The club works to educate and raise awareness about sustainable behaviors and institutional initiatives on campus. If you're interested in joining the club, please contact ECO.
The University of Puget Sound garden is an on-campus, student-run garden that is open to everyone in the Puget Sound community. It is a space for people to come together to learn more about gardening, build a community, and eat fresh foods! Several classes also utilize the garden as a learning space. Garden Club meets during the school year to plant, maintain, and harvest the foods that are grown in the garden.
ASUPS Director of Student Interests
The ASUPS Director of Student Interests responds to a variety of issues including requests for sustainability programming on campus. They are responsible for overseeing the Green Fund, a pool of money that can be used to fund a sustainability initiative.
To contact the ASUPS Director of Student Interests: