Recycling Services Information
Have an item delivered or picked up - use Megamation to place a work request. (This will take you the Megamation work order system. Facilities page has information about place a work request, set up an account, FAQ's, etc.)
Recycling Services manages all of the College's locations of outgoing material with the goal of recycling or reusing as much as possible. We also encourage departments and student groups to purchase materials that are durable or made of recyclable content.
Lane Community College Recycling is the recipient of county, state, and national awards for excellence in operations and education. In 2011, Lane opened the Recycling Education Center (REC), a comprehensive recycling facility dedicated to minimizing the amount of material sent into the waste stream, reducing waste-related costs, increasing revenue through commodity and property sales, and educating the campus and community through events, internships, volunteer opportunities, and innovative operations.
What Recycling Services Can Do For You
Recycling Coordinator is offering five to fifteen minute presentations on ways to save individual departments and the college money and help out the environment at the same time. Please contact Luis Maggiori at 541-463-5884 to schedule him to speak at your next department meeting.
Free desk-side recycling boxes available, call Recycling Services at 541-463-5884 for delivery.
- Packaging Peanuts
Free packaging peanuts. We will take yours and save them for when you or someone else needs them. Call 541-463-5714 for pick-up or delivery.
- Pick up
Call Recycling Services at 541-463-5884 to request a special pick up or to report overflowing barrels.
Recycling Services will shred and recycle your confidential documents. Call 541-463-5884 to make arrangements or schedule a pick-up.
Last year, our recycling processors made several changes to what we can recycle. You probably noticed the same with your home service. We are making updates to our guidelines pages to reflect this and working to keep our streams clean as we sort material.