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Resource Stewardship and Sustainability

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Recycling at Baylor College of Medicine

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Recycling is the largest sustainability initiative at Baylor. Find out exactly what and where to recycle on campus.

Water Sustainability

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Last year Baylor conserved over 26,091,287 million gallons of water. Find out how to help and ways to save.

Energy Sustainability on Campus

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From the lighting systems, HVAC and even computer screens, find out how Baylor works to save energy and the small ways you can help.

Trees and Landscaping on Campus

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Learn about the tree and landscaping sustainability efforts on campus.

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Texas Medical Center Efforts

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Our partners throughout the Texas Medical Center continue to support our recycling effort with increased communications and collections. Baylor College of Medicine also collects paper products from Ben Taub Hospital, Baylor Clinic, USDA/ARS Children's Nutrition Research Center, Baylor Faculty Center, Feigin Center, McGovern Campus, McNair Campus, Texas Woman's University, and the Travis Building/Hilton Hotel.

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Contact Us

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For sustainability efforts, call Jesse Gavin (713) 798-4986
Email: wellness@bcm.edu

For recycling, contact Douglas Fis (713) 798-7405
Email: recycling@bcm.edu

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Join the Effort

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Find out where you can recycle on our campuses.

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Save Money and Power

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Get tips of easy ways to save energy and money at the same time.

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Refill Water Bottles on Campus!

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Find out where to refill your water bottle on campus.

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Ideas?

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Contact recycling@bcm.edu or (713) 798-1079 to:

  • Suggest new initiatives
  • Discuss collaborations
  • Inquire about specific program details
  • Volunteer to help with our efforts
  • Let us know if you notice any recycling bins that need attention (overfull, not being picked up, spills)