Penn Engineering Recycling Options
The recycling center was put forth in 2012 to bring awareness to the Penn Engineering community about the alternative purposes for our waste. Since its creation, the recycling center has successfully diverted thousands of pounds of waste from landfills. The Penn Engineering community must be more conscientious when disposing of plastics and mixed paper products, which make up most of our waste stream. From these actions, we hope that those within the school will be inspired to continue these sustainable practices wherever they go.
Need help locating the Recycling Center? Please refer to one of our wayfinding maps. You can use the Levine North Building Map or the SEAS Complex Map.
Acceptable Recycling Items:
All light bulbs- both CFLs and Incandescent
Books- hard cover and magazines
Electronics- anything that can be plugged in
All types of pens and markers
Styrofoam that is clean of any previous waste
Batteries must be bagged properly to avoid chemical reactions between batteries. Click here for the battery recycling locations map.
The following are not accepted:
All tampered and altered batteries
SEAS Copy Center (IKON)
Recycles ink and toner
Located next door to Recycling Center
CETS in Suite 160 Levine
Currently a holding cell for old technology