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  • Recycling in the University Halls of Residence in London Rosebery Hall 24 March 2006
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    • 1. Recycling and Reuse in London’s Halls of Residence CRISP Working towards Student Sustainability CRISP Student Reuse and Recycling Project CRISP
    • 2. Outline
      • CRISP
      • Project background
      • Results: first stage of project
      • Recycling 2007-2008
      • Reuse 2006-2008
      • Questions and Feedback
      Working towards Student Sustainability London’s University Halls of Residence Recycling Project CRISP CRISP
    • 3.
      • CRISP main projects
        • Student Sustainability
        • Office furniture and ICT reuse and recycling
        • Business Advice on the Environment (BASE)
        • Halls Recycling
        • Phones for safety
        • Home composting
      Who are we?
    • 4. CRISP Recycling and Reuse Project
      • Objectives:
      • To increase resident recycling awareness and facilities
      • To promote re-use schemes to halls
      • To raise awareness about energy and water conservation / reuse mobile phones and IT equipment
    • 5.
      • 185 halls / 200 External recycling facilities and 10,000 Internal recycling bin
      • Recycling in halls of residence 38% (Audit Report June 2006) when London is currently recycling 27%
      • Cost reduction from recycling collections
      • www.crispej.org.uk (Sustainability in Universities)
      Results from halls project
    • 6. Internal Containers External Containers Recycled Products Promotions and awareness raising, cleaner and student workshops. Student Recycling 2006-2007 How does it work?
    • 7. Who Needs To Be Involved? Hall Managers Islington Council Students Halls Recycling Team Cleaners Green Champions/ Hall Committee Sustainability
    • 8.  
    • 9. Reuse Outlets Running the Reuse Scheme
    • 10. Vision for the Future
      • London based recycling and reuse
      • Incorporation of environmental, waste management and sustainable policies into residences.
      • Recordable measure of recycling /reuse (monitoring forms)
      • Dissemination of learning to another residences across the UK.
    • 11. Questions? Thank you Jamie Quinn Halls of Residence Recycling Project Tel. 020 7703 5533 Email: [email_address] Website: www.crispej.org.uk (Sustainability in Univerisities) If you haven’t yet seen it yet I can advice watching Al Gore’s An Inconvenience Truth

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