Texas A&M On-Campus Recycling Locations



Look for designated containers in your buildings hallway or dock area to dispose of the following recyclable materials:

White Paper The Recycling Services accepts all paper which is not contaminated (tissue, napkins, etc. are not accepted). Paper containing color printing, staples, paper clips or post-it notes WILL also be accepted. We also accept all shredded paper (please make sure it is bagged).
Newspaper Includes newspapers and inserts
Office Paper Includes colored paper, index cards and envelopes with windows or lables
Mixed Paper Includes magazines, catalogs, books,file folders, phonebooks, paper ream wrappers, pasteboard (this include cereal boxes andpaper towel rolls), and self-stick labels
Corrugated Cardboard Includes brown paper bags and pizza boxes. Please flatten all boxes and place them near a recycling bin or on the loading dock of your building next to the large recycling bins
Ink Jet and Laser Cartridges Place empty cartridge in original box and place in or near a paper recycling bin
Aluminum Cans When placing in receptacle, please make sure the aluminum can is empty
Plastic Please make sure the plastic is empty when placing in the receptacle

View a PDF version of all Campus Recycling Locations

Recycling Drop Off Centers
There are four drop-off locations on campus for those who would like to recycle paper, plastic, aluminum, and cardboard. Glass can also be recycled at our Adriance Lab Rd and University Apartment locations.

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Big Belly Compacting Recycling Kiosks
Big Belly Compact Recycling ContainerThe Big Belly Compact Recycling Bins are the most abundant types of recycling locations found on campus. Kiosks accept paper, plastic, aluminum and everyday trash. These solar-powered compacting machines can be found at nearly 50 locations throughout campus.

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Big Belly Recycling Containers
There are four drop-off locations on campus for those who would like to recycle paper, plastic, aluminum, and everyday trash

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