Think sustainability: nearly 1,000 pounds of material recycled at think[box]

Think[box] has kept nearly 1,000 pounds of material—including more than 600 pounds of electronic waste—out of landfills since launching its recycling program in the fall.

Working with Case Western Reserve's Office for Sustainability and Custodial Services, the university’s invention center has placed bins and carts outside think[box] in Glennan for 11 different waste streams: e-waste, batteries, light bulbs, tires, toner, cardboard, cans and bottles, paper, scrap metal, equipment disposal and even hazardous waste.
And the recycling services aren’t limited to materials used in think[box]—the entire campus community is encouraged to drop off recyclables.